Starfield Update: Greetings, Starfield enthusiasts! Bethesda has just rolled out update 1.7.33, delivering a dose of improvements and fixes to both PC and Xbox players. Before its launch, there was a bold claim that Starfield would be Bethesda’s smoothest launch to date. While the game does largely live up to that promise, it’s not entirely free from technical quirks.
Indeed, Starfield may boast fewer bugs at launch compared to its predecessors, but it still has its fair share of hiccups. The good news is that Bethesda is on the case, swiftly releasing updates to rectify these issues. The most recent update for Starfield works diligently to eradicate lingering problems.
After installing the latest update, you can expect characters to stay put where they belong, and the confusing issue where Star Stations were mistakenly labeled as player-owned ships is resolved. Bethesda has also sorted out a problem that allowed vendors to expose their entire inventory, though they haven’t spilled the beans on specifics, hinting that the infamous Starfield puddle glitch might also be a thing of the past. However, thorough testing by the player community will be needed to confirm this.
Graphics enthusiasts will be pleased to hear that the update addresses concerns like blurry textures. A significant fix centers on the Starfield scanner, which previously experienced hitching after extended use. With the new update in place, scanner issues should be history, granting long-time players the freedom to scan without interruptions. Additional stability and performance tweaks have also been discreetly implemented to reduce crashes and freezes, making for a smoother experience.
Last but not least, ship-related problems have been addressed. Before the update, Starfield ships suffered from a peculiar issue where displayed items would mysteriously vanish from mannequins. Additionally, items stored in Razorleaf Storage Containers and Weapon Racks would disappear after commandeering another ship. Thanks to the latest update, these ship-related troubles are now things of the past.
The Starfield journey is far from over, and Bethesda promises more updates in the pipeline. While most will likely be dedicated to ironing out bugs, there’s always the possibility of substantial additions to this open-world sci-fi RPG. Players have a wishlist of features they hope to see integrated into the game, and time will reveal if those wishes will come true.
So, with update 1.7.33, Starfield continues to evolve and improve, offering a more polished and enjoyable experience for space explorers. Dive back into the universe and experience the fixes and enhancements for yourself. Starfield is available now for PC and Xbox Series X. Happy spacefaring!