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Starfield fans praise 'mind-blowing' changes to game's graphics compared to last year

Starfield fans praise 'mind-blowing' changes to game's graphics compared to last year

Starfield fans have their minds blown by a recent graphics comparison of Bethesda's upcoming sci-fi RPG.

Starfield isn't even out yet, but fans are already having their minds blown by the massive sci-fi RPG from Bethesda.

Starfield was revealed to the world by Bethesda during E3 2018 and despite not seeing actual gameplay at the time, its concept was enough to get fans excited for the years to come. After all, The Elder Scrolls and Fallout in space? Count us in.

Take a look at Starfield's latest trailer below.

Unfortunately, Starfield suffered multiple delays and in some cases, that can be seen as a bad sign. Then again, it more often than not benefits the game and fans end up hopefully getting an upgrade rather than a downgrade. In the case of Starfield, its delays have most certainly been for the better as detailed in a comparison on Reddit that features screenshots of the same in-game location from 2022 to 2023. If you take a look at the images below, there’s no denying that the recent Starfield Direct showcased a much better version of the game, at least visually.

“The changes to New Atlantis are mind-blowing. I was complaining here in threads last year when we first saw it with that weird oversaturated-looking filter that made the shadows dark blue,” said Redditor Best-Lavishness-1059. “It looks so good now and exactly like the concept art.”

“As much as I hated the delay at the time, I admit that it was 100% worth it. Looks much better than before,” added Flow390. Judging from the recent showcase event, it also seems like it wasn't just the visuals that had an overhaul because the gameplay has too. “The gunplay looks sooooo much better too,” replied jdaprile18.

Starfield promises to be the biggest first-party title coming to Xbox in years and following the launch woes of another Bethesda title, Redfall, fans will be hoping that this sci-fi RPG doesn't disappoint.

In related news, it was also revealed during the recent showcase that Starfield will include the largest city that Bethesda has ever created, in addition to a galaxy that features over 1,000 planets for players to explore. However, some concerns have been raised that Starfield will only perform at 30fps.

Starfield will be released for PC and Xbox Series X|S on 6 September 2023. It will also be launching day one on Xbox Game Pass.

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda

Topics: Starfield, Bethesda, PC, Xbox