It’s been a while since the release of a new popular Bethesda game. The grandiose promises made by Todd Howard and the rest of the creators were quickly verified by players. As we know, while it certainly wasn’t a complete disaster, we weren’t dealing with a premium next-gen production (except in terms of hardware requirements). But as expected, it was only a matter of time before players got more involved.
Starfield received a special patch prepared by the gaming community. Currently, it is only available on PC.
Starfield – Bethesda is rolling out an update to fix important issues. A useful model of dynamic weather has emerged
The developers have already released one major update that has more or less eliminated some of the issues associated with Starfield. But of course this is just a drop in the ocean and there are still a lot of elements waiting for the Bethesda team to put it on the right track. We can already expect that before that happens, at least a few patch packs will be created from players who don’t want to wait, or who want to make sure some annoying bugs are removed.
Starfield – The creators boasted about the total number of buyers of the game. After two weeks, the game gained great popularity
The first update of this kind has just been released. Starfield Community Correction (SFCP) It can now be downloaded from Nexus Mods. Its purpose is to remove a number of bugs, progress-blocking bugs and other aspects that Bethesda has not yet been able to improve or simply ignored. For now, only PC owners can enjoy it, but it’s very likely that it will also be available on consoles at some point. As for official patches, we are currently primarily waiting for the patch that will add the long-awaited DLSS support to the game.
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