Players hadn't seen a Bethesda game in 25 years before 2023. Now that Starfield is out, gamers can't get enough of its vast universe.
Bethesda Games Studio prides itself on ensuring players have an entertaining gaming experience. The first Starfield update is another reason to believe the company is dedicated to providing smooth and enjoyable gameplay.
Starfield Updates to Include Popular Community Requests
Bethesda Game Studios posted the first Starfield update details on Sept. 13. The company labeled the update as a "small hotfix" meant to target the most common issues players experienced.
According to the official Starfield news feed. The first update consists of performance, stability, and quest issues. Bethesda enhanced installation stability on Xbox Series X|S and improved stability and performance. Players can expect future updates to feature stability and performance improvements.
Starfield quest improvements are below:
- Bethesda fixed an issue where player activity could result in a quest blocker for "All That Money Can Buy."
- Bethesda fixed an issue that prevents the "Into the Unknown" quest from appearing after completing the game.
- Bethesda fixed an issue where player activity could result in a quest blocker for "Shadows in Neon."
Bethesda also informed players that Starfield will have regularly scheduled updates involving these top concerns from the community:
- Brightness and Contrast controls
- HDR Calibration Menu
- FOV Slider
- Nvidia DLSS Support (PC)
- 32:9 Ultrawide Monitor Support (PC)
- Eat button for food!
The developer also informed players that they're trying to get driver support by collaborating with Nvidia, AMD, and Intel.
Bethesda closes out the announcement with news on their built-in mod support called Creations. It'll be available on all platforms and will launch early in 2024.