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Starfield player's 33rd New Game Plus playthrough is the wildest one we've seen yet

Starfield player's 33rd New Game Plus playthrough is the wildest one we've seen yet

This Starfield player's New Game Plus is totally wild

If you’re a fan of Bethesda RPGs then you will know that there is not only a lot of fun to be had in its games, but that fun could last years if you choose.

In fact, it’s exactly why 12 years after its initial release, Bethesda fans are still having fun with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, a game that was released in 2011 before being ported to every platform imaginable, including the Nintendo Game Boy. Ok, that last one was a lie, Skyrim isn't really available on the Game Boy or is it?

Check out the awesome live-action Starfield trailer below!

As with the vast majority of successful and immersive RPGs, the option to have a New Game Plus is often a popular choice with players. New Game Plus allows players to start a new game once the previous one has concluded and depending on the game, it will carry over stats and items into a new campaign, and Starfield is no exception.

Perhaps for some players two or three New Game Plus campaigns are enough, but this one Starfield fan has taken the devotion of a New Game Plus to the next level and their latest might be one of the wildest ones yet.

Not only is Twitter user Niko on their 33rd New Game Plus, but they also met themselves in Starfield. What’s more, it’s clear that this was no glitch or a procedurally generated coincidence, because the NPCs including Sarah Morgan and the doppelganger responded with the same level of surprise as the player. This is seriously some funky multiverse shenanigans. Honestly, I think this might just be the coolest thing that I’ve seen in Starfield yet.

“After travelling through 34 multiverses (NG+33) I finally decided to settle down. Why? I met myself from the 1st universe handing over the artefact to the constellation,” Niko said. “And you won’t believe it but I convinced ME to join my crew. Starfield is the greatest game ever made!”

Starfield is out now on PC and Xbox Series X|S. It’s also available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers at no extra cost.

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda Softworks

Topics: Starfield, Bethesda, PC, Xbox