Bethesda has released three new animated Starfield trailers that give more glimpses into the game's world. They're collectively called "The Settled Systems".
The first trailer, "Supra Et Ultra", revolves around Kent, a courier pilot who "aspires to live in the most desirable part of the settled systems".
Kent joins the United Colonies Vanguard, aiming to make his way to the top and realizing that adventuring beyond the stars is what he's really dreaming of.
Just like your Starfield character, Kent doesn't have a voice in this trailer; it's entirely dialogue-free, telling its story through animation and music rather than words.
As the trailer progresses, we see Kent's adventures through space. The trailer finally closes with Kent getting in his ship and preparing for another journey off-planet.
The trailer boasts a pretty sumptuous animation style, too. It's not quite on the level of the Pokemon World Championships CoMix Wave animation, but it's beautiful to look at nonetheless.
The second trailer, "The Hand that Feeds", boasts the same animation style as "Supra Et Ultra".
This time, though, the action revolves around two Neon street rats desperate to escape their dire circumstances. You can take a look at it here.
Finally, "Where Hope Is Built" tells the story of Vanna, an orphan of the Colony Wars living in Akila City.
Vanna is on the hunt for repair parts, but as she searches through the city to find what she needs, she ends up getting more than she bargained for.
If you've somehow managed to avoid all of the Starfield hype, this animated trailer is setting up Bethesda's latest open-world RPG and the studio's first original world for 25 years.
Boasting a huge engine overhaul, as well as some impressive spacefaring RPG gameplay and a host of romanceable companions, Starfield is shaping up to be another must-play if you're already a fan of Bethesda adventures like Skyrim or Fallout 4.
Starfield is set to launch exclusively for PC and Xbox Series X|S on September 6th.
The game will also be available on day one via the Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass services, so if you're a subscriber, you'll get to try out this cosmic adventure at no extra cost.
Stay tuned for more info on Starfield, and hopefully, more beautiful animated trailers like these. If they don't get you hyped for Starfield, well...watch them again, eh?