Matt Booty, the Xbox Game Studios chief, has announced that Bethesda's upcoming game, Starfield, will have "the fewest bugs" of any Bethesda game ever released. This statement has garnered a lot of attention, and fans are eagerly waiting to see if the game lives up to the claim.

Bethesda has faced heavy criticism in the past for releasing games with numerous bugs and glitches. Games like The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Fallout 76, and Fallout 4 have all had major bugs and glitches that affected the gameplay experience. However, Booty's comments suggest that Bethesda is taking this matter seriously and is working diligently to ensure that Starfield will have as few bugs as possible.

Booty made these comments during an interview with Xbox’s Major Nelson at E3 2021. Speaking about the game's development, he said, "I will say, engine technology-wise, this is probably the most advanced engine that we've brought to bear on a game, which is really impressive. And with Bethesda, we do feel like we have an incredible track record of being able to ship our games with the fewest bugs of any developer."

This announcement has instilled hope in fans that Bethesda has dedicated the necessary time and resources to ensure

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