The head of the Bethesda Publishing House presented a fictitious certificate to smear Starfield players from work

When you are looking for an occasion to get out of work to play video games, you always try to get permission from senior management. For the same Starfield fans who want to free themselves from the shackles of capitalism, having left work, one of the leaders of Bethesda proposed "official" exit.

The head of the Bethesda Publishing Department Pit Hines published a template apologetic note for all Starfield fans, who, on the eve of the official release of the game September 6, begin to feel a little. feverishly. On his Twitter page, he posted a fake certificate from a doctor to help those who want to get acquainted with the latest Bethesda game.

In Hinnes’s note, where he also takes on the role of a doctor of medicine, LAN, PhD, ARS and chief physician Constellation Group, he explains that the one who wrote it, "Currently undergoes a course of treatment from infection obtained as a result of Ashta’s bites in a recent expedition to Tau City II", So any worker can well and must believe him for a word. And although this is clearly a joke, Pete was forced to clarify that he is not a doctor, because, it seems, many would try to use this document and his signature in order to escape from their duties.

This is not the first time that developers are trying to help you get rid of work to play their game. So, on the eve of Baldur’s Gate 3 (August 3), Larian Studios posted the form "Request for special permission" And she invited the players to convey it to their leaders so that they could devote several working days to the vast world of role -playing game. Starfield, which also promises 1000 planets and side tasks, it seems, another game that can take all your free time from you. In addition, Hines is not the first time offering gamers to take sick leave to play their game. Two days before the release of Fallout 4, he shared a much shorter and simple version of the hospital.

The note from Hines, apparently, is a more official version of the fan version of the ruin form created by the Starfield Beyond community. Although, as in the case of Larian Studios during the release of Baldur’s Gate 3, the official note from someone from the developers’ team should more likely provide you with the rampant necessary for "Healing" from "Ashty bite".

Early access to Starfield has opened today, and the official world release of the game will take place on September 6.

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