Starfield fans discover that some players can actually decorate the inside of their ship
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Starfield is a game that lets players live the intergalactic explorer life, making new discoveries across the galaxy.
With 1,000 planets and 100 star systems, there’s enough to keep players busy for potentially years to come. Especially when you consider that Starfield is said to be about a thousand times bigger than The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
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Players can create their own avatars, form friendships with NPCs, and become bounty hunters. You can even customise your very own ship and already the community has created ships reminiscent of the likes of the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars and the Normandy ships from Mass Effect. However, what if we told you that you could even decorate the inside of your ship? Well, you can.
When playing Starfield on PC, the customisation options available to you are potentially limitless due to the modding community. So no doubt in the near future there will be loads of mods on the way to make the inside of your ship look all snazzy.
That being said, as reported by PC Gamer, there is a way to decorate the inside of your Starfield ship without the requirement of mods, and by the sounds of it, the author of the article in question, Morgan Park, has quite the cosy set-up.
Park reports that he’s furnished his once bland ship interior with comfy chairs, a refrigerator, paintings, a coffee machine and more. What’s more, this decorating ‘trick’ can also be useful for quests as you're able to fit workbenches into your ship. As such, you can complete certain missions without even leaving the confines of your space-travelling vessel.
According to PC Gamer, you're going to want to find a place on your ship to place the 'decorate' panel. The command to do this will reportedly spawn the panel at your feet, so stand somewhere it won't look too out of place. Press ` to access the console and then enter the following command: player.placeatme 00024DC7 1. Finally, press E on the spawned panel to enter building mode.
In related news, it was recently revealed by Bethesda head-honcho Todd Howard that Starfield nearly featured Fallout’s version of Earth. Oh, what could have been! Furthermore, players have complained that the NPC companions in Starfield aren't evil enough.
Starfield is out now on PC and Xbox Series X|S, and it's available to subscribers of Xbox Game Pass at no extra cost.