Starfield, Bethesda’s space-exploration-based RPG, enters its early access stage tomorrow and fans cannot contain their excitement. To add to this hype, the Starfield X account (formerly Twitter) has posted a unique quest for fans across the entire globe to embark upon.
Starfield posted that they have hidden a total of “1,001 unique and numbered ‘Windows to the Worlds’” across the entire earth. Through these windows, players will be able to catch “a glimpse into the universe of Starfield.” All players need to do is find one of these windows, capture a photo and upload it to social media with the #ExploreStarfield. There is also a dedicated Discord group for finding these numbered Windows to the Worlds.
Starfield fan blocked from popular subreddit for tattling
Many Starfield fans would know that a bunch of leaks for the game started surfacing online in recent times. Players also spotted a person who had stolen Starfield physical copies and was selling them online on the popular subreddit, r/GamingLeaksAndRumours. Now, an interesting development in this news has been spotted by Kotaku.
According to the report, the player who stole the Starfield copies was reported to the police by a Reddit user, and the user then bragged about it on the game’s subreddit. This led to him being banned from the community, and the admins of the subreddit stated they weren’t “interested in having someone who takes action against the community like that.” They added that bragging about is what led to him being banned, and might unban him at some point in the future, but at the moment “he’s behind the bars of the internet.”
The banned user also approached Kotaku and shared their side of the story, calling themselves the “pariah of that subreddit,” and “theft” is where they draw the line. What do you think, did the user do the right thing by tattling to the police, and is their ban from the subreddit warrented for these actions?
Two hours of Starfield gameplay leaked with Q&A
On the topic of the popular subreddit r/GamingLeaksAndRumours, a major leak has been found on the community. This time, a user has posted links to three videos that contain two hours of Starfield gameplay. Furthermore, the person who uploaded the gameplay had live-streamed it initially and was answering questions from viewers. We won’t be going into the spoilers, but if you are eager to watch the video, then check it out below.
Starfield fans remember their Skyrim experience ahead of launch
Fans are reminiscing their time with Bethesda’s previous RPG, Skyrim, ahead of Starfield’s launch in a thread on the Starfield subreddit.
The thread starts with a user posting that a 12-year-old kid today would get to enjoy Starfield as the fans did when Skyrim first came out. Other users in the comment section have also shared things like their first game, how they felt when Skyrim was first released, and how their whole experience was. Interested readers can check out the thread below.
Think about it, some 12 year old out there is going to have the same experience with Starfield you got to have with Skyrim
by u/casperdacrook in Starfield