Starfield continues to release making-of videos, in which its developers at Bethesda sit down and discuss elements of their upcoming mega RPG. The latest video focuses on sound and music, with composer Inon Zur and audio director Mark Lampert talking about building the audioscapes for an interstellar adventure.
Normally, I watch these videos for the sole purpose of catching every last detail of what you’re actually doing at Starfield. Since this is audio and not art, story, or design, it’s a little harder to find those gameplay prizes at the bottom of the video cereal packet.
Still, it’s an interesting video. Zur and Lampert are both Bethesda veterans – Zur worked on the score for Fallout 3, 4, and 76 – and they talk about their process. Work on the score apparently begins as early as concept art work, with the main theme created first to help set the style and tone for years of work to follow.
Previous Starfield videos have talked about its quest structure, factions, companions, romances, “going out” moments. However, we still haven’t seen anything of the game in action. If, like me, you’re hungry for every little bit, check out our Everything We Know About Starfield page. It surely won’t be long before we see more, given that it’s due out on November 11 this year.