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If you're missing Starfield, PlayStation 5 users can grab an alternative RPG now

If you're missing Starfield, PlayStation 5 users can grab an alternative RPG now

No need to miss out

Starfield isn't coming to PlayStation 5 anytime soon. Heck, it's probably not coming to PlayStation 5 at all, if we're being really honest with ourselves.

Starfield launched in early access last week, and will be available for everyone else tomorrow, 6 September. Bethesda's latest RPG bagged a GAMINGbible 10/10, and despite a lower-than-expected Metacritic score of 88, most seem to be loving sci-fi adventure.

Take a look at our Starfield review below!

Seeing all the love and excitement for Starfield is amazing, obviously, but PlayStation gamers are definitely missing the fun. Sure, they have the likes of The Last Of Us, Marvel's Spider-Man, and God Of War, but what are they to do come 6 September when they get the urge to scratch that RPG itch?

Easy: they can go and play Baldur's Gate 3, which is currently available to pre-load now ahead of its release tomorrow.

It's worth noting that Starfield and Baldur's Gate 3 are very different games with very different ambitions, and we're not saying one is better than the other. Baldur's Gate 3 is a huge, stunningly detailed and enormously ambitious RPG that takes the freedom of Dungeons & Dragons and puts it into a video game. It might not even appeal to certain people who want to fill the void left by Starfield, but I promise it's worth a shot.

Baldur's Gate 3 really is huge, and will definitely keep you busy if you want to try and avoid thinking about Starfield. The game's cinematics alone clock in at around 170 hours, and there are over 17,000 different endings to see. This is a game that rewards customisation, player choice, and creative thinking every step of the way.

So, if you're looking for something new to play but don't have an Xbox or PC to check out Bethesda's latest, I can't recommend Baldur's Gate 3 enough.

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda/Sony

Topics: PlayStation 5, Starfield, Bethesda, Baldur's Gate 3, Xbox