Modders Will Have a “Dream” of Starfield, Bethesda Promises
It seems like there has been a lot of Starfield news recently. The game seemed like a distant dream, even though it was only days old. It was obvious that it was coming, but it was only a trailer. Look at us. Who would have thought? I’m not the one who thought so.
Starfield released a long gameplay reveal. It also announced that the game would have over 1,000 worlds to explore across 100 stars systems. This is something I struggle to understand. This chonky lad will take a lot of time, but I know some players will be eager to play it again. Bethesda will take care of everything. Starfield continues in Bethesda tradition and is expected to be a “dream for modders”.
In an interview with IGN, Todd Howard, Starfield director, touched upon the game’s modding capabilities. He said, “We have learned that people play our games for a really, really long time.” People still play Skyrim.
We will be adding content to this game. We love our modding community. Because there is so much that they can do, we think this game will be great for our modding community. That’s great!
Although it is a vague document, it’s still a promising start for modders. We would assume that Starfield‘s creator kit would be similar to those we have seen in the Fallout and T the Elder Scrolls franchises.
Howard points out that modding is an integral part of Bethesda games. Even though the game has been around for 11 years, Skyrim enthusiasts continue to create new mods to give it a new lease of life. Modders have created a very realistic Cicero and turned the game into Red Dead Redemption II. There are 1,000 planets to explore, so I expect modders to continue working in Starfield for the next century. Seriously.