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25 percent of Starfield players didn't make it past the game's tutorial

Kate Harrold

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25 percent of Starfield players didn't make it past the game's tutorial

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Shockingly, a whopping 25% of Starfield players are yet to make it past the end of the game’s opening mission.

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Starfield is the gift that keeps on giving. Players are making discoveries on a daily basis, and I can only presume that this is going to continue for weeks to come. A planet has been found that’s blowing Halo fans away, it’s been unveiled that some players can decorate the inside of their ship, plus one unlucky adventurer stumbled across what may just be the most NSFW alien we’ve ever seen. Oh and if you really want to, you can play through the game as a giant cursed space worm. Fun, right?! To experience all of these things though, you’re going to have to make it past the opening mission which 25% of you out there are yet to do.

Take a look at our video review of Starfield below.

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As reported by VG247, according to TrueAchievements, only 75% players have completed the ‘For All, Into The Starfield’ mission. This is essentially unlocked the first time that you enter space . During my playthrough, this happened practically bang on 30 minutes into the game, so you really don’t have to play much to unlock it.

It’s a compulsory part of the story so there’s no way players can avoid this. Barrett gives you his ship and then you’re forced into taking off as a part of the game’s ongoing tutorial. This therefore suggests that players have either given up on the game within 30 minutes or perhaps have just only begun their playthrough. Although with the latter, you’d think they’d still reach the 30 minute mark.

It’s a strange one to consider. Despite the fact that we’re still in the early stages of exploring Starfield’s vast galaxy, we’ve got plenty more content on the way. The previously announced Shattered Space expansion is set to release next year.

Topics: Starfield, Bethesda, PC, Xbox

Kate Harrold
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