Starfield is an impressive 7/10. Steam users’ reviews concur.
Starfield players on Steam have said Starfield to be 7/10 or better but user reviews are below Skyrim or Fallout 4.
More than six million gamers have stepped into the Starfield universe to date, on both the Xbox Series X/S as well as PC platforms. Though critics have flooded this game with favorable review however, the gamers whom it’s been more difficult to please. A lot are of them feeling Bethesda’s most recent IP doesn’t live up to its hype.
The most frequent complaints have to do with the game’s open world exploration. Space travel has been seen as a disappointment by a lot of people because it isn’t possible to travel from one planet to planet at a time. In reality, you must quickly travel wherever you’d like to go and that’s why you’ll be always waiting for loading screens to load, another major gripe gamers face with the name.
When you finally step on a planet There’s nothing much to do or see aside of collecting materials. And every planet has its own of some sort, which has once again dissapated fans hoping for something similar the game No Man’s Sky.
After only two days of the game Starfield players think this game will be at best a 7/10 in line with the latest Steam review.
As of the writing time, Starfield’s Steam page has the “mostly positive” rating, having 38,758 customer reviews. The game has been recommended by 77% of users. the game. That’s a sharp contrast with Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, with 83 percent and 94%, respectively.
Metacritic is even more scathing as it is currently constantly bombarded by review bombs that claim the game is not what Bethesda’s advertising claimed and radically reduced the rating of its users down to 5/10 for certain platforms.
Many gamers are raving about the game, and are praising its story, Starship customization is essentially an Fallout game set in the space realm, Starfield can’t manage to overcome the criticism. It is possible that some of its issues can be resolved over the course of time with post-launch updates along with a touch of elbow grease by modders. But at the moment, it appears Starfield isn’t doing enough to please a large portion of the Bethesda community.
Starfield can be played on Xbox as well as on PC.