- Dedicated Starfield players are finding creative ways to use junk items found in the game to decorate their outposts, showcasing their attention to detail.
- One player, Imaginary-Rent-4200, has created a beautifully organized outpost by utilizing everyday objects like coffee machines and plates, making their living space feel functional and lived-in.
- While the launch of Starfield received a mixed response from fans, Bethesda continues to support the game with regular updates, and those enjoying the title eagerly await the upcoming Shattered Space DLC, speculating how it will fit into the game’s narrative.
A dedicated Starfield player has found a use for all the junk items found in the open-world RPG, showing off a beautifully decorated outpost made from them. While Starfield was met with a mixed response from fans when the game launched in September 2023, there has still been a dedicated community celebrating Bethesda’s space opera.
In Starfield, outposts can be used for many different purposes, but primarily players use them to recuperate after tough missions or to store their loot. With Bethesda allowing gamers to customize the outposts in Starfield as they see fit, fans have been spending hours meticulously planning how each of these makeshift homes is presented. One player has even taken this a step further by using junk items found during their missions.
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On Reddit, a user by the name of Imaginary-Rent-4200 has showcased all that can be done with the junk items scattered throughout Starfield’s expansive galaxy. The player has managed to take discarded items and organize them in a way that makes their outpost look homely. In the gallery of images, folks can see how the original poster took everyday objects such as coffee machines, plates, and martini glasses and outfitted their kitchen space to look as if it was functional.
A Beautifully Organized Outpost In Starfield
There are certainly fans of Imaginary-Rent-4200’s work, with the post amassing 3k upvotes at the time of writing and most of the replies praising the patience it took to create a lived-in abode. The original poster, however, does caution against inviting any of the Starfield companions if players are going to attempt this tidy-up, as they can cause havoc if they clamber over any furniture in the room.
Despite the mixed response to Starfield at launch, Bethesda is continuing to support those gamers who jet off into its vast galaxy. It is estimated that 250 employees are still working on the title and are rolling out regular updates and fixes on a six-week schedule. The latest Starfield update is currently being tested and is expected to bring several graphical and performance improvements to players.
With fans like Imaginary-Rent-4200 still engaged with Starfield, all eyes are turning to the announced Shattered Space DLC. The additional content was confirmed to be in development before the game’s release, but since then, Bethesda has remained tightlipped on it. As there has been no official release window or details on Shattered Space, fans are speculating how the expansion will slot into the game’s narrative.
Developed by Bethesda Game Studios, Starfield is a sci-fi action role-playing game where players interact with multiple factions, engage in combat, customize their main character and ship, as well as explore a universe that features over 100 systems and 1,000 planets.
- September 6, 2023
- M For Mature 17+ Due To Blood, Suggestive Themes, Use of Drugs, Strong Language, Violence
- How Long To Beat
- 20 Hours