The statement made by Bethesda executive Pete Hines that Starfield “doesn’t get going” until after you beat the main quest. This statement was made during an interview with IGN, and it has been met with mixed reactions from fans.
Some fans have expressed disappointment with the statement, as they were hoping for a more traditional experience with Starfield. They were hoping to be able to explore the game’s world and complete the main quest at their own pace. Others have defended the statement, saying that it is simply a reflection of Bethesda’s desire to create a game that is more open-ended and free-form.
It is important to note that Hines’ statement is just one person’s opinion, and it does not necessarily reflect the views of everyone at Bethesda. It is also important to note that Starfield is still in development, and things could change before the game is released.
Ultimately, it will be up to each individual fan to decide whether or not they are disappointed with Hines’ statement. If you are looking for a more traditional experience, then you may be disappointed. However, if you are looking for a more open-ended and free-form experience, then you may be excited by what Hines has said.
Only time will tell how Starfield will be received by fans. However, Hines’ statement has certainly generated a lot of discussion and debate, and it will be interesting to see how the game is ultimately received.