A Starfield player says the game feels “totally” new to him after spending more than 600 hours traveling through space.
Upon release, Bethesda’s Starfield received mixed reviews from players and critics. The game’s exploration, beautiful locations, and ship building have been praised. However, the clunky user interface, lack of immersion, buggy quests, etc., were criticized.
Fortunately, some of these criticisms can be resolved with mods or simple tweaks a>. But it looks like the Starfield experience can be further improved and even feel like a whole new game if players are willing to put in the work and time. This is what a player said who rediscovered the game after 600 hours of exploration.
Starfield Player Discovers New Locations After 600 Hours of Play
Starfield player u/Constellation_XI posted on Reddit that, after spending over 600 hours playing, he now feels be a “totally new game” .
“Exploring the level 70+ systems… I’ve never seen any of these points of interest in over 600 hours, it feels like a completely new game.”
Although the game is vast and offers endless hours of exploration, some fans have expressed dissatisfaction with the lack of variety in planet types to explore.
However, other Redditors responded, saying the game remains too repetitive, especially after 600 hours of experience.
“It was actually the first randomly generated point of interest I encountered, and the first that repeated for me. At first I thought it was an ironic post.”
Another player then added, “Yeah, I thought this person was joking.”I enjoy the game even if I have to play the same locations over and over. I wish there was more variety.”
However, the developers at Bethesda are promising major updates in 2024. Note in particular the arrival of the first DLC from Starfield: Shattered Space. Hopefully, players will continue to stick with the game and enjoy everything it has to offer.