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Starfield’s 7/10 ratings are accurate according to some fans

Starfield’s full release is due on September 6th. Players have been exploring the vast multitude of the Starfield universe since September 1st when the Early Access period kicked off.

The response to Starfield’s Early Access Period has been mixed. Many fans and media outlets rate the game 7/10 for several reasons. This ranges from the devs not getting review copies and fans complaining the game feels empty and cluttered simultaneously.

Even ahead of its full release, Starfield has already been through quite some controversy. Right after the early Access period kicked off, most of the fanbase was happy with what Bethesda did to the game.

This includes good UI, great visuals, a very immersive world with the usual RPG burn-in time, and a bug-free launch. This has endeared the game to a broad audience.

However, a good portion of the players are complaining that the game feels empty. They mean that the world is too expansive, and there are not enough things to interact with or do.

Another common problem is the “inventory encumbrance,” which is ruining the gaming experience for many fans.

On top of this, the lack of review copies for outlets has led to the outlets bombarding Starfield with 7/10 and 6/10 reviews. Some fans are here for it, while others have their say.

Most seasoned RPG players would know that RPG games take some time. The world’s mechanics and the game’s rules need some time to sink in.

One user on Reddit says that players must remember before diving deep into the reviews that only 5.82% of the gamers have reached Level 10. This aligns with most fans saying the game takes time to sink in.

One person’s idea of a peaceful game could be another person’s “boring nightmare.” Hence, prospective buyers must take their call when buying Starfield, which promises to be the game of a lifetime.

About Starfield

Starfield is a space exploration game developed by the popular video game company, Bethesda. The game’s teaser launched in 2018, while the gameplay trailer came out in 2022.

Starfield will take players to the deepest depth of space. Being a Sci-Fi game, one can expect it to be brimming with stupendous weapons and supersonic spacecraft while offering a magical tone that is enough to get lost in.

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