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Starfield fans are predicting their in-game deaths, and there's some pretty wild ideas

Starfield fans are predicting their in-game deaths, and there's some pretty wild ideas

Gamers have been guessing what they'll die to first when they get exploring in Starfield.

The universe is a dangerous place, especially in video games, and Bethesda’s upcoming space-exploration game Starfield seems to be no different.

It almost seems wrong to call Starfield an open-world RPG when it's basically an open-galaxy behemoth. With over 1,000 planets to explore, it sounds like completionists are going to have their work cut out for them for months, if not years if they want to see absolutely everything that the title has to offer. Some fans have already been booking time off from work when the game releases so that they can wholly dedicate themselves to it, and I respect it.

Take a look at the latest story trailer for Starfield below.

As Gfinity reports, ahead of the game’s release, gamers on Reddit are already predicting what they’ll end up dying to first. It might sound a bit morbid, but think about the possibilities - we’re going to be encountering all sorts of alien lifeforms and enemies, not to mention other threats that we might not even know about at this point. Clearly, there’s plenty to think about, and everyone has been guessing what might be their downfall.

“Crash landing lol. Being too excited and in awe of the sights and not paying any attention to the altitude,” FastlaneKnight wrote. “The Adoring Fan turning on me and having the greatest rivalry questline comeback story that humanity has ever seen,” Spiritual-Drive9412 predicted. “My need to find out if I can pet alien animals,” MrKain commented.

Other users think that it’s most likely that their own curiosity will lead to their in-game deaths: “It's a space game and I will most likely just do something stupid to see what happens,” JackSego wrote. “Me quick saving and then saying ‘What happens if I do this?’” commented docclox. Honestly, that sounds like the most fun way to play.

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda Softworks

Topics: Starfield, Bethesda, Xbox, PC

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