Starfield review: Starfield has released update 1.7.33, which should now roll out for PC and Xbox players. Before its release, there were claims that Starfield would feature the most polished Bethesda game at launch. It looks like Starfield has certainly delivered on that commitment to a great extent, although this doesn’t imply a completely flawless experience for the fans.
While it could very well be that Starfield stands less buggy in comparison to other Bethesda games at launch, it still harbors some technical issues. Thankfully, Bethesda has already rolled out patches to fix many of these problems in Starfield. The most recent update for Starfield specifically targets issues encountered in the later stages of the game and enhances the overall stability and performance.
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Unleashing the Cosmos: Starfield Review
After downloading the latest update for Starfield, issues of characters wandering too far from their intended positions should be resolved, along with the issue where star stations were incorrectly labeled as owned by the player’s ship. Bethesda also addressed an issue allowing complete inventory access to a vendor.
Though Bethesda hasn’t provided specifics, it seems the Starfield update has fixed the scanner glitch, where it started flickering after a certain point. Hopefully, downloading the new update means this issue is a thing of the past, and Starfield players, who invest a lot of hours in the game, can once again use their scanner without battling this issue. Additionally, improvements in unexpected stability and performance have been implemented according to the latest update, meaning smoother and less frozen experiences for Starfield players.
The most recent update for Starfield has fixed the issues associated with naval vessels in the game. Prior to the update, Starfield had a problem where displayed items would disappear upon entering the miniaturized models of ships, along with an issue causing items stored in Razorleaf Storage Containers and Weapon Racks to vanish after commanding another vessel.
Starfield players can expect Bethesda to release more updates for the game in the future. Fixing the bugs and improving the overall gaming performance was the basic purpose of this update. However, it’s always possible that larger changes might be included. Starfield players are eager to see new features in this open-world space RPG, but only time will reveal if these desires become a reality within the game.
Starfield review: update 1.7.33 patch notes:
- Fixed an issue where some characters couldn’t be properly placed due to a certain glitch.
- Star Stations: Fixed an issue where Star Stations were labeled incorrectly as owned by the player’s ship.
- Vendors: Fixed an issue allowing complete inventory access to a vendor.
- AMD (PC): Fixed an issue where star lens flare wasn’t properly appearing on AMD GPUs.
- Graphics: Fixed a high-level issue that could potentially cause construction to look blurry.
- Graphics: Fixed an issue in the inventory menu that could potentially cause photo sensitivity.
Performance and Stability:
- Hand Scanner: Fixed an issue where the hand scanner created an obstacle.
- Improved stability and performance to address crashes and freezes.
- Display: Fixed an issue where items displayed on miniaturized models of ships would disappear.
- Display: Fixed an issue where items stored in Razorleaf Storage Containers and Weapon Racks would disappear after commanding another vessel.
Starfield has been out for almost a month now, and the reception, especially on Xbox Series X/S, has been quite positive. Critics are flagging UI concerns and glitches that have become somewhat synonymous with Bethesda’s game development history. Accessibility options, in particular, have been notably lacking. In the future, the upcoming changes in the game is not clear. Nevertheless, Bethesda and Microsoft have assured their dedication to providing support after the game’s launch and planning for future DLC expansions for this grand space-faring escapade.
Xbox Series X/S and PC users may now download Starfield.
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