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Starfield

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Starfield is the first new universe in 25 years from Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout 4.
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Starfield is the first new universe in 25 years from Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout 4.
buy 69.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date5 сентября 2023 г.
DevelopersBethesda Game Studios
PublishersBethesda Softworks
OSWindows
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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • OS: Windows 10 version 21H1 (10.0.19043)
  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 2600X, Intel Core i7-6800K
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 5700, NVIDIA GeForce 1070 Ti
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 125 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: SSD Required
Recommended
  • OS: Windows 10/11 with updates
  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X, Intel i5-10600K
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 125 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: SSD Required

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Description

STARFIELD DIGITAL PREMIUM EDITION

Premium Edition includes:

  • Starfield Base Game
  • Shattered Space Story Expansion (upon release)
  • Constellation Skin Pack: Equinox Laser Rifle, Spacesuit, Helmet and Boost Pack
  • Access to Starfield Digital Artbook & Original Soundtrack

About the Game

Starfield is the first new universe in over 25 years from Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout 4. In this next generation role-playing game set amongst the stars, create any character you want and explore with unparalleled freedom as you embark on an epic journey to answer humanity’s greatest mystery.

In the year 2330, humanity has ventured beyond our solar system, settling new planets, and living as a spacefaring people. You will join Constellation – the last group of space explorers seeking rare artifacts throughout the galaxy – and navigate the vast expanse of space in Bethesda Game Studios’ biggest and most ambitious game.

Tell Your story

In Starfield the most important story is the one you tell with your character. Start your journey by customizing your appearance and deciding your Background and Traits. Will you be an experienced explorer, a charming diplomat, a stealthy cyber runner, or something else entirely? The choice is yours. Decide who you will be and what you will become.

Explore Outer Space

Venture through the stars and explore more than 1000 planets. Navigate bustling cities, explore dangerous bases, and traverse wild landscapes. Meet and recruit a memorable cast of characters, join in the adventures of various factions, and embark on quests across the Settled Systems. A new story or experience is always waiting to be discovered.

Captain the Ship Of Your Dreams

Pilot and command the ship of your dreams. Personalize the look of your ship, modify critical systems including weapons and shields, and assign crew members to provide unique bonuses. In deep space you will engage in high-stakes dogfights, encounter random missions, dock at star stations, and even board and commandeer enemy ships to add to your collection.

Discover, Collect, Build

Explore planets and discover the fauna, flora, and resources needed to craft everything from medicine and food to equipment and weapons. Build outposts and hire a crew to passively extract materials and establish cargo links to transfer resources between them. Invest these raw materials into research projects to unlock unique crafting recipes.

Lock and Load

Space can be a dangerous place. A refined combat system gives you the tools to deal with any situation. Whether you prefer long-range rifles, laser weapons, or demolitions, each weapon type can be modified to complement your playstyle. Zero G environments add a chaotic spectacle to combat, while boost packs give players freedom to maneuver like never before.

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Reviews about the game

Starfield02.05.2024

I was honestly really stoked for this game. I'm a huge sci-fi fan and had put a ton of hours into Skyrim and Fallout 3. Once I got started, I was able to put aside the issues that a lot of other people had, such as multiple load screens and tiny inventories, clunky interfaces and a lack of maps. I was having a decent time with the main quest, even. My mistake was starting the generation ship questline. The writing of this quest is so, so thoughtless and nonsensical that I am writing a review half a year after I put the game down in disgust at the terrible writing. Science fiction is a genre built around thoughts on the nature of being human. The generation ship questline starts out asking a genuinely interesting question; what to do when a ship flying at a low relativistic speed arrives at their destination only to find other people later leapfrogged them and arrived first? There are several books and stories based on a similar premise, it is fertile ground. 'Ah,' I thought, 'Finally, we are getting to the meat of what inspired this game! I am looking forward to exploring the possibilities here. Does a document signed on Earth centuries ago still hold valid hundreds of years and lightyears later? What about the rights of the people who have been living here for generations? What an interesting parallel to real life situations! Boy, it sure is weird that everyone has a different accent on a generation ship that has been traveling for hundreds of years. What a strange detail to overlook, that certainly isn't indicative of a lack of care elsewhere!' There are a handful of opportunities to take this quest in a couple different directions, many of which would be clever, even subversive. However, this questline ignores all of it. You can only choose from a list, an actual list, of three options that have been pre-approved by the lovely corporate board of directors on the planet the ship is stationed over. There is no way to side against the board. They are invulnerable to harm. The ship crew accepts your (the board's) decision with absolutely no pushback. The only options you are able to take on this questline all end with the entrenched corporation winning and the best scenario for the ship is to make them go away. Where is the player's agency in that? What message is Bethesda trying to get across here? In fact, this entire game is about tonguing the rear end of every corporate suit you come across. This game loves big companies and corporate hierarchy. The Ryujin questline is interesting but ultimately says "crime is ok, if a big enough company does it". A large part of the main quest is about aiding a large company because they're funding your space rock collection. Even the pirates are corporate, man. This game is not a satire. They are earnest in this belief. Typical of a corporate-built product, this game is all surface detail and no depth. It draws inspiration from many beloved pieces of fiction but it doesn't understand them. There's the Bladerunner planet, there's the Firefly planet, here's the Star Trek planet. Nevermind that it's only the color palette that they borrow, and none of the themes present in those stories. I get that the game has been streamlined for mass market appeal, but I think it has been taken too far. It's popcorn sci-fi, but they didn't add the butter. It's flavorless. I guess it's not forgettable, at least, since this stupid quest is so bad that I'm still mad about it after half a year.

Tropical Kite
Tropical Kite
I don't recommend
Starfield16.05.2024

Note to Bethesda. dont call yourself a masterpiece on your own trailer. No one wants to see you touching yourself

Due Raven
Due Raven
I recommend
Starfield01.05.2024

Starfield is worse than bad, it's boring. You get the sense Bethesda is desperate for you to believe Starfield is a great game without any concern for it actually being one. At its best Starfield is aggressively bland, at its worst it's downright embarrassing. You almost start to get offended. THIS is what Bethesda thinks I like? Setting aside the uninspired worldbuilding, bad writing, infantile characters, and boring exploration- you know, nothing important to an open world RPG- Starfield struggles technically. It performs poorly, looks ugly, and feels awkward while doing so. The crushingly outdated game engine was past its prime when Skyrim was released, and the intervening TWELVE YEARS have done it no favors. We've seen dozens of sprawling open world games with gorgeous visuals and then over here we've got Creation Engine 2: Electric Boogaloo with faces so bad it could serve as a PSA for the dangers of Botox. Watching Creation Engine try to handle a modern game is like watching a ninety-year-old dodder around trying to wait tables. Let Grandpa rest. Playing Starfield gives you the same sinking feeling in your stomach you get when you realize something is about to go very, very wrong and it's too late to do anything about it. These people are going to make The Elder Scrolls: VI, and yet the only part of making games they seem excited about is the marketing.

Notable Chinchilla
Notable Chinchilla
I don't recommend
Starfield07.05.2024

Loading screen simulator. Not bad if you can get it for $20 or less.

Scattered Cattle
Scattered Cattle
I don't recommend
Starfield04.05.2024

It's alright, lets get the bad out of the way. I get that space can be boring and many planets void of anything. But for every planet that actually has something to do on it. there's 99 planets with NOTHING! no interesting geography, point of interest that aren't interesting at all with little to nothing at them, and all being 5ish min walk distance between each, which adds up quick. so that added up with barren flat emptiness gets boring REAL quick. i was hoping to see WAY more creatures and weird plants and landscapes, which does appear on a few planets, but not enough to warrant that want to go explore to see what you haven't seen. cause once you've seen a couple...... you've kinda seen it all, not what you want on a "go visit 1,000 planets" game. Most guns don't give you that "wow this is was futuristic" feeling, with a few exceptions. but when im playing a space game, and im given a revolver, that kinda looks it maybe from like 2050, that feels and plays like a revolver from fallout...... it just doesnt hit the same. and a lot of the weapons fall under this. With to few that actually feel like "hell yeah this is a space gun!" Again im sure every review talks about the loading screens, I honestly cant recall a door that wasn't hit with a loading screen. i wont go much more into this because everyone talks about it, but i wanted to put it in here cause it's definitly a immersion breaker when a good 20-30% of your game is gonna be looking at these. lastly is flying the ships. i was super stoaked to be able to maybe hover over planets, and fly around from above, dock my ship at a city and learn how to control and land my creation. while it is fun to fly in space and do some space battles. THAT IS IT, when it comes to the experience of flying ships. you cant fly from planet to planet (thats a cut-scene) you cant fly from space to the planet (also a cut-scene) you cant carefully maneuver you ship to dock at a space port (cut-scene) same goes with trying to board a ship you've disabled (cut-scene). speaking of which, everytime i tried to board a ship that i killed all the bad guys and i was like "hell yeah i get to claim this for myself" i would get the message of "you dont own this ship" so pirating ships was really a thing. later learned this was a bug effecting my save and i would have to restart my game....... so yeah. as for the good, well the ship building is pretty cool, i spent hours customizing and making your own ship. super cool and fun to get it out in space and go into 3rd person to see your creation fly around. but it does suck your creation will be gone after you do a new game +. SPOILERS!!!!!!! i get that the new game is suppose to be going to a new universe so your ship cant come with you, but at least give me a bluprint that i could go remake it or something, like i said i spent hours creating some of these. END OF SPOILERS. the story is good..... well most of them, some i found myself rushing through cause of sheer boredom, some stories fell super flat and had TONS of potential of being amazing and good, but unfortunately just ended abruptly. the crimson raiders story was really good and found myself really enjoying that one and actually playing through and listening to dialogue. idk i thought id have more positive stuff to say about this game, but for something that had all the potential to be a awesome experience filling space game with tons to see and lots to explore. fell to a mediocre game with not wanting to explore anything cause theres nothing to see, and a story line anyone could see what was gonna happen next making many quests boring and mundane. All in all, the game is alright, i put more hours into it then i thought, if you enjoy fallout and skyrim, you'll enjoy this game to, but dont expect to be gripped and wanting to dump time into it like you would have for fallout or skyrim.

Wandering Crane
Wandering Crane
I recommend
Starfield01.05.2024

I'm gonna recommend this game - once it's half price. Pro - There is a lot to do Con - There is a lot to do... There are a lot of fun missions and the main story line is good enough, nothing in this game was spectacular or blew me away but it was solid and there was a level of I'd love to get through this. Major complaints - Because of surveying they kind of limited alien life on planets to a small number and surveying takes forever as it is. None of the alien life forms have the same feeling as the first time you took on a troll or dragon in Skyrim. Skillpoints take forever to earn and once you do you may have to complete multiple tasks just to unlock what you want and then you'll need to have resources to research the upgrades you want and then you'll need resources to upgrade those things which means you'll be a resource hoarder, wandering around mostly over-encumbered constantly asking your buddies to share the load which means a lot of repetitive tasks. There are a lot of different directions and actions you could take, all with relatively little consequence at the end of the day. There does seem to be a good reason for a second play through if you're not absolutely exhausted from your first one. Building outposts, mining, upgrading equipment is too cumbersome and could have been made a little easier and more enjoyable imho. Weapons can be fun, powers seem pretty pointless like they threw them in there to be like dragonborn powers from Skyrim but ultimately I may have used one once and then kind of forgot about them. So many missed opportunities to have missions that really bring in other genres just to mix it up a bit. Romancing characters seems pretty pointless and tame then again this is the age of Baldur's Gate 3 so... Giving you so much to do is not giving you your money's worth it's stretching things so thin that you're not left with a lot of substance. Also I don't actually have 279 hours, there were some times where it was left running for an entire day (don't ask why) about 90 hours of actual game play though, reached level 42 and tried to do a little of everything in this game felt like I could spend another 900 hours and not get everything done though. So if that's your jam, snatch it up. For me it was a little long. Overall - 5 out of 10 - enjoyed some of the game play and some of the missions, appreciate the effort to give us a lot to do but it's too much and too poorly conceived. $30 game though (10 out of 10)

Lengthy Dog
Lengthy Dog
I recommend
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