Starfield gameplay reveals itself with the wallet. Bethesda's game is receiving mostly negative reviews on Steam due to the sale of mods that expand the gameplay

by alex

Almost a year later, interesting game mechanics began to appear in Starfield, but they are not included in the base game and you have to pay extra

Microtransactions were recently introduced for Starfield. It is now possible to buy various modifications with accessories or remarkable content.

The nuance is that all this is bought in single-player games for donated currency Creation Credits through the built-in store – return money to Steam It won’t work anymore.

Modifications have arrived in the store that make the Starfield gameplay more diverse: players feel like this should have been built in by default. For example, on sale you can find a StarSim Mining Conglomerate mod (“about mines”), which will expand the gameplay, or a “ship module” for ~$10.

Starfield gameplay reveals itself with the wallet. Bethesda's game is receiving mostly negative reviews on Steam due to the sale of mods that expand the gameplay

On this occasion, some users returned to Starfield and spoke out in reviews on Steam. The influx of dissatisfied people resulted in a collapse in ratings and now “recent reviews” are in the red zone – mostly negative. On the graph on Steam you can see how the surge in negativity coincided with the launch of the sale of mods.

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Starfield gameplay reveals itself with the wallet. Bethesda's game is receiving mostly negative reviews on Steam due to the sale of mods that expand the gameplay

StarSim Mining Conglomerate: https://youtu.be/xVXYTqLbPvU

Starfield gameplay reveals itself with the wallet. Bethesda's game is receiving mostly negative reviews on Steam due to the sale of mods that expand the gameplay

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Cover author: Bethesda Game Studios, Bethesda Softworks. Image source: steamcommunity.com

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< p>Author of screenshots: Bethesda Game Studios, Bethesda Softworks. Image source: store.steampowered.com

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