Fans the world over are getting anxious for Bethesda’s latest release, Starfield, and it’s about to get into players’ hands in a few weeks. One of them is enthusiastic artist Post Malone, who during a recent concert responded enthusiastically to a fan who asked him if he would play the upcoming space adventurer.
Turns Out Post Malone Is Just as Excited to Play as Everyone Else
The question comes from an ex (or as most people still call her Twitter) user named @Katelynnpwnz, who recently participated in a show of posts. In his tweet, he said he waited seven hours in 105-degree heat before he thought he’d get a chance to meet Most, and asked if he’d get to play Starfield, the latest game to come out of Bethesda.
In traditional idiosyncratic manner, Post enthusiastically replied, “Yeah sure, I’m going to really enjoy Starfield.”
He then added that despite being on the go, he has a “nice pretty little rig” that he can use when the game launches next month. He then thanks the fan and continues to mingle with them, remaining polite and friendly, as might be expected.
— Kate (@Katelynnpwnz) August 16, 2023
Post Malone doesn’t let his love of gaming stop him. He had previously mentioned during his first Hot Ounce appearance that Skyrim was his favorite game. Most recently, after purchasing “1 of the Van Ring Magic: The Gathering cards” for over $2 million, he made headlines in gaming news and has remained an avid gamer for most of his life. In fact, those who are fans of Post Mellon shouldn’t be surprised, as he’s never had a problem talking about his love for gaming. However, this is just another example of video game accessibility. It’s also probably a good incentive for the developer, who recently put a lot of effort into promoting the release with sponsored videos and a worldwide timeline with Adam Savage.
Post and other eager fans won’t have to wait much longer for Starfield as the game is set to release on September 6 for PC and Xbox Series X/S, and for those with the Premium Edition it will be out in September. will be available. First, starting with an early access period of five days.