Starfield’s down to mixed reviews on Steam, while the community laments ‘the magic is just missing from [the game]’

Bethesda has a reputation for these big, deep, open-world RPG you can get lost in for years. They have a legacy of large, technically impressive worlds filled with detail and places to explore. To this day, Skyrim endures as a world people want to return to—which 12 years after launch is genuinely impressive.

Starfield, which was meant to be our ‘Skyrim in space’, was meant to carry on that tradition. All of Bethesda’s pedigree, expanded to over 1,000 planets: a near-infinite universe you could explore for years. 

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