Bethesda responded to players criticism of the constant loading and

Bethesda responded to players’ criticism of the constant loading and fast travel in Starfield

Almost three months have passed since the release of Starfield, and Bethesda support staff continue to respond to the authors of negative reviews of the game on Steam, criticizing various aspects of the space role-playing game.

    Image source: PC Gamer

Image source: PC Gamer

This is how Bethesda managed to develop a defense empty planets (empty doesn’t mean boring), Lack of innovation (but how many activities are there in the game), Exploration of surface space (the light didn’t shine on it) and other flaws of Starfield.

“Starfield is so diverse that even after hundreds of hours of play, you can still discover something new.”Bethesda insists on a negative review of Starfield in one of its recent comments.

    Bethesda itself reacts to such monosyllabic reviews (Image source: Steam)

Bethesda itself reacts to such monosyllabic reviews (Image source: Steam)

And that’s what Bethesda thinks about the variety of downloads in Starfield: “While there are loading screens between fast travel, just think of the amount of gameplay data that is procedurally generated to load flawlessly in under 3 seconds.”.

In another Bethesda answer emphasizedThis fast travel has its own “Advantages” like completing quests or opportunities faster through takeoff/landing animations “Appreciate all the little details that make your ship unique.”.

    Image source: PCWorld

Image source: PCWorld

According to the journalist PC gamer, Bethesda’s attempt to improve Starfield’s image in this way only makes things worse. The company cannot offer players a solution to their problems that does not amount to repairing the game, but does not admit this.

Starfield was released on September 6th on PC (Steam, Microsoft Store), Xbox Series X and S, and Game Pass. In mid-November, user reviews of the game on Steam went from “mostly positive” to “mixed.”

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