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Starfield
'Rocket Man'
23 January 2024 90s
I'm not the man they think I am at home.
by Andrew MacGregor

Former Bethesda executive Pete Hines claimed that after between 150-160 hours, he was nowhere near the end of 'Starfield'. DAVID was therefore delighted to learn that the live-action trailer for Bethesda's new space role-playing game was only ninety seconds long.

Scored by a lofty cover of Elton John's 'Rocket Man' (we like to think at least one employee suggested 'Space Man' by Sam Ryder), the ad charts a space miner's journey into the unknown. He's got a young fan on terra firma, so it would be a shame if he was crushed by space debris.

The game itself has been a qualified success, but director Nicole Ackermann should be pleased with this bite-sized blockbuster. Sure, it relies on a metric ton of gorgeous VFX, but Ackermann and her crew ensure that the quieter, tactile moments land.

Product Category: Electronic Gaming

Territory: Global



We do not have individual credits for this company, either because they don't provide them or we haven't acquired them yet.

production
Merman
DOP: Adam Bentel
vfx
The Mill
VFX: Jimmy Bullard
Colourist: Jax Harney

  Starfield - 'Rocket Man'


Starfield
'Rocket Man'
23 January 2024 90s

I'm not the man they think I am at home.

Former Bethesda executive Pete Hines claimed that after between 150-160 hours, he was nowhere near the end of 'Starfield'. DAVID was therefore delighted to learn that the live-action trailer for Bethesda's new space role-playing game was only ninety seconds long.

Scored by a lofty cover of Elton John's 'Rocket Man' (we like to think at least one employee suggested 'Space Man' by Sam Ryder), the ad charts a space miner's journey into the unknown. He's got a young fan on terra firma, so it would be a shame if he was crushed by space debris.

The game itself has been a qualified success, but director Nicole Ackermann should be pleased with this bite-sized blockbuster. Sure, it relies on a metric ton of gorgeous VFX, but Ackermann and her crew ensure that the quieter, tactile moments land.

Product Category: Electronic Gaming

Territory: Global



We do not have individual credits for this company, either because they don't provide them or we haven't acquired them yet.

production
Merman
DOP: Adam Bentel
vfx
The Mill
VFX: Jimmy Bullard
Colourist: Jax Harney

Starfield 23 January 2024
'Rocket Man' 90s

I'm not the man they think I am at home.

by Andrew MacGregor

Former Bethesda executive Pete Hines claimed that after between 150-160 hours, he was nowhere near the end of 'Starfield'. DAVID was therefore delighted to learn that the live-action trailer for Bethesda's new space role-playing game was only ninety seconds long.

Scored by a lofty cover of Elton John's 'Rocket Man' (we like to think at least one employee suggested 'Space Man' by Sam Ryder), the ad charts a space miner's journey into the unknown. He's got a young fan on terra firma, so it would be a shame if he was crushed by space debris.

The game itself has been a qualified success, but director Nicole Ackermann should be pleased with this bite-sized blockbuster. Sure, it relies on a metric ton of gorgeous VFX, but Ackermann and her crew ensure that the quieter, tactile moments land.

Product Category: Electronic Gaming

Territory: Global



We do not have individual credits for this company, either because they don't provide them or we haven't acquired them yet.

production
Merman
DOP: Adam Bentel
vfx
The Mill
VFX: Jimmy Bullard
Colourist: Jax Harney