Did you see that super snazzy special edition of Starfield and think “hmm, I wish it had a physical disc.” Well, I did. Which is why I didn’t immediately pre-order it. Now, according to some deleted Tweets and an update from Bethesda Espanol, we might have an answer. The Starfield Constellation Edition will only offer a digital code for the game, while standard editions will offer a physical disc. That physical disc will still likely be a massive download, but you’re getting a physical disc.

Here’s the transcription of the Tweet through Google Translate:

Hello partners! It depends on the edition. For example, the standard has a disc, while the Constellation Edition has a code engraved on a collector’s item, which you can see in the image.

This comes on the heels of a since deleted Tweet about Starfield having a physical disc or not. It was thought that physical editions of the game would have a digital code in the case, instead of a disc. Hopefully with this Tweet, that isn’t true. This all comes following news about Microsoft’s acquisition of ZeniMax and Bethesda. With Sony trying to fight Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision-Blizzard in court, filings and testimony are coming out about how the deal went down.

Microsoft apparently caught wind that Sony would pay Bethesda to make Starfield a “timed exclusive” for PlayStation 5. In response to that, Microsoft bought Bethesda. For all those people that love console wars out there, it looks like things are heating up over Activision.

We’ll have to see how it all ends up when Starfield releases later this year on September 6th on Xbox Series X, Series S, and PC.

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Source: Bethesda Twitter

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