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Starfield Secret Unveiled: Bethesda Simply Removed a Great Feature

Have you ever wanted to build space stations and live in it? That should have been possible in Starfield. However, Bethesda has decided to remove the system from the game. A mod now reactivates the feature.

Starfield Conceals the Construction of Space Stations: Mod Is Already Available, DLC Hopefully Coming Soon

A modder has found something extremely exciting in the code of Starfield: the ability to not only build bases on planets, but also space stations in space. As the modder vexthecollector reports, the entire code for space station construction was already included in the original game. The only problem was that there were many bugs and not everything worked perfectly (Source: Nexusmods).

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So, vexthecollector took this partially finished code and improved some things. You can download the corresponding mod on Nexusmods, but there still seem to be some issues that the modder is working on (you can find the mod here). For example, docking at the space station doesn’t work as it should yet.

Besides the mod itself, it is quite interesting that the code already existed in the game. So, Bethesda apparently intended to allow the construction of space stations – the studio just didn’t manage to do it by the release. Either Bethesda plans to release an update to officially introduce space station construction into the game, or this is planned for the upcoming DLC Shattered Space.

First Mod Collections Tease the Future of Starfield

When browsing Nexus Mods for Starfield, you now come across entire mod collections that can be installed with one click. There is, for example, the Constellation Collection, which improves the entire game in all areas with over 100 mods (link to collection). Or the Odyssey Collection, which has so far specialized in immersive gameplay (link to collection).

The mod community for Starfield is still young. But it probably won’t be long before the first massive mods come to light and you can completely customize your gaming experience in Bethesda’s Starfield. Such collections should also save you the tedious process of collecting mods. In this respect, the future of Starfield remains exceptionally exciting.

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