Starfields launch is closer than ever, and Bethesda has been doing all its possible to ensure the hype goes on to the highest esteem level. At Gamescom, a new live-action trailer was released to get fans into space exploration. You can also be a explorer here on Earth, if you find 1,001 unique ads that Bethesda has hidden all over the world.
Around the world we have hidden 1001 unidentified and numbered Windows to the Worlds, offering a glimpse into the world of #Starfield.
Check your scanner, exit the unknown and share the photo of your discovery with #ExploreStarfield. pic.twitter.com/ci5FUp6h9w/.
Starfield (@StarfieldGame) August 29, 2023
Bethesda explained that these ads are windows to Starfield’s worlds, and give you a peek at what you can expect from the game. The advertisements you’ve seen haven’t contained much besides stunning art, though fans found it interesting to find them all.
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The number of ads probably refers to Todd Howards claim that the upcoming game will feature over 1,000 planets. Finding them all is a huge task. But fans started to work on the Bethesdas official Discord server. Currently, Bethesdas installed server channels in the following locations, yet not all the listed countries have still found a spot.
- Middle East
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- United Kingdom
All the ads are now numbered, so it’s easier to track that that was discovered. Four people have already discovered in London, and the other one is in Tufnell Park. If you aren’t able to locate any Windows to the Worlds, you’ll still have the chance to see Starfield ads. As they are spotted in the bus around London and Australia, images in the Discord server have risen.