Starfield is about to fall and the media importance of the Bethesda RPG is such that everyone wants to talk or be talked about, with Starfield in the middle. That’s the same thought for YouTube user @Memphian94, who had the bad idea of posting the first 40 minutes of gameplay without obvious permission from Bethesda. An act that jail has earned him and one penalty fee of Thousands of dollars.
If you remember, 3 days ago this was uploaded to the network First glance in raw to Starfield from a user who got hold of a copy of the RPG, but broke all current confidentiality agreements. A glimpse of more than half an hour where he showed character creation, space combat, exploration and more.
Although it was a publication that gained a presence on social networks and Reddit, many thought that the leaker had closed the blinds and had disappeared from the network. What nobody expected is that Bethesda would track him down a few meters. Just yesterday, August 24, this user was arrested for possession of narcotic substances and theft of goods between 2,500 and 10,000 dollarsamong which we find multiple copies of the game.
After being arrested, the leaker confessed that he had stolen certain objects from the warehouse where he worked, among which they found multiple Xbox discs of the long-awaited Bethesda game. A network celebrityto bad, that it has fallen under its own weight and to which it was of no use apologize to Todd Howard for posting these videos.
Although these apologies were from the day before his arrest, the user did not have an iota of sympathy and continued to boast before Bethesda and Howard himself. “Todd, no offense man, this is a good game.” A bitter end, although good for us since this way we avoid spoilers.
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