Bethesda has announced an upcoming major patch for Starfield that will introduce highly requested features such as Nvidia DLSS support and frame generation support for players with Nvidia 4,000 series GPUs. The patch will also include HDR controls, optimizations, and improvements to the game’s performance. Additionally, players have created impressive outposts and space stations through mods, sparking discussions about the potential for sharing these creations. A community patch project has also been initiated to address bugs and problems in the game, aiming to improve its overall quality.
Bethesda has announced a major patch update for Starfield, which will include highly requested features such as Nvidia DLSS support and frame generation support for players with Nvidia 4,000 series GPUs. The patch will also bring HDR controls and further optimizations and improvements to the game’s performance. Initially, the patch will be available through the Steam beta, with a full release for both PC and Xbox players later on. The DLSS and frame generation support will be exclusive to PC. Bethesda has also confirmed that they will be introducing AMD FSR 3 support in a future update.
In community news, a Redditor named malwe Maestro shared a video showcasing their impressive outpost called My Paradisio Outpost. It took them 340 hours to construct and features stunning views and a beautiful living space. There’s a suggestion that Bethesda should enable the option to upload and download these outposts, allowing players to share and use them in their own games.
Additionally, a mod created by Vex The Collector enables players to create space stations in Starfield. Although this feature isn’t officially available in the game, most of the code seems to be present, suggesting it may have been a cut feature or one planned for future updates. The mod requires an existing outpost to be connected to the space station control pad, and the newest ship obtained by the player becomes the foundation for the station.
To address the remaining bugs and problems in Starfield, a community patch project has been initiated. The project aims to fix minor and major issues within the game, focusing on misplaced objects, script errors, inconsistencies in item properties, mission quests, game-breaking exploits, and spelling errors. It does not aim to change the game’s content or balance, but rather to improve its overall quality and presentation.
Overall, the video series “From the Field” will provide news, mod updates, community events, and more related to Starfield. The first video introduces these topics, including the upcoming major patch, impressive player outposts and space stations through mods, as well as the ongoing effort to address game issues with the community patch project.