Starfield Going to PlayStation 5 is False, It’s Claimed


Reputable insider and leaker NateTheHate has taken to Twitter to shoot down the rumors that Starfield will be coming to PlayStation 5.

Earlier this week, a new report claimed that Starfield was on its way to the PlayStation 5. NateTheHate ‘confirmed’ that the news was accurate minutes after the report, stating, “this report is accurate”.

However, things have seemingly changed, and now, NateTheHate’s latest tweet suggests that the information is not accurate. Taking to Twitter, Nate said, “I’ve rechecked the info mentioned below & the information suggesting Starfield was PS5-bound is false.”

Whatever the case may be, the rumors of Starfield coming to the PlayStation 5 in addition to various other rumors, including Indiana Jones and Gears coming to PlayStation, prompted Phil Spencer to announce a new business update regarding the “future of Xbox” will be coming next week (the week starting Feb 10th).

According to Tom Warren of The Verge, Microsoft is ready to reveal details on the company’s plan to bring previously exclusive games to consoles like PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch.

“We’re listening and we hear you,” Spencer said. “We’ve been planning a business update event for next week, where we look forward to sharing more details with you about our vision for the future of Xbox.”

In January 2024, rumors became rampant that Xbox would be releasing some of its games on different platforms, including Hi-Fi Rush and Sea of Thieves.

Which Xbox games do you think are coming to PlayStation? Let us know in the comments below.

For more of the latest gaming news, you can read about a VFX Artist’s new claims against Blizzard for mistreatment and lying about a promotion.

  1. Xbox employees don’t even know what Microsoft is planning but you’re telling me some leakers do?

    Don’t make me laugh.

  2. This is why I only assumed Hi-Fi Rush and Sea of Thieves. When Cuphead and Ori leaked the leakers were saying Forza and Master Chief Collection back then but neither happened.

    Not surprised by the back-pedalling at all.

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