Starfield player constructs incredible mech
Starfield players showcase their impressive spaceship designs, with the latest one created by Reddit user Advanced_Sector_344: a massive flying mech....
Starfield players showcase their impressive spaceship designs, with the latest one created by Reddit user Advanced_Sector_344: a massive flying mech.
The ship spans across seven levels and features unique module arrangements, such as the mech's elbows where the reactor and gravitational drive are located.
The mech is primarily made up of low-quality parts, making it appear more expensive than it actually is. However, it requires a significant investment in piloting skills, making it a challenge for newcomers. Players interested in shipbuilding should prioritize and further develop their piloting abilities.
An ingenious Starfield player has assembled an incredible spaceship in the form of a massive mech. Later, they went online to share their achievement in spaceship design, contributing to the growing collection of impressive ships constructed by the Starfield community so far.
As is tradition with Bethesda RPGs, Starfield offers players a wealth of different features and activities. And while they are entirely optional, shipbuilding mechanics are among the most complex systems. As a result, many of the ten million players of Starfield in September have been experimenting with a variety of creative ship designs.
The latest engineering feat in Starfield comes from Reddit user Advanced_Sector_3442, who recently built a massive flying mech that would leave no space to spare in Armored Core 6. The end result of their efforts spans across seven levels, with four of them dedicated to utilizing the ship's hips and legs as landing platforms. To achieve the aesthetics of a humanoid robot, the author of this unique vehicle had to creatively arrange some important module placements, which is why the mech's elbows house the reactor and gravitational drive.
The hull of the ship is adorned with one of HopeTech's larger cockpits, while its shoulders resemble heavy cannons, although they are actually thrust thrusters. Even more impressive is the fact that the vehicle is mostly composed of low-quality parts, except for its gravitational drive, reactor, and weaponry. This seemingly made it appear much more expensive than it actually is, although the creator has not disclosed the exact cost of the spaceship.
Due to its impressive appearance, this flying mech utilizes the C-Reactor class to achieve liftoff, making the project unfeasible for newcomers. To clarify, this type of ship requires a four-level investment in piloting skills, a skill that many players will not fully develop during their initial playthrough as spaceship sections only constitute a relatively small part of the overall gameplay experience. However, anyone eager to spend a significant amount of time on Starfield's shipbuilding will likely want to improve their piloting skills sooner rather than later.
The newly shared mech is by no means the only example that demonstrates the vast creative potential of the game's shipbuilding mechanics. This is further emphasized by the fact that it has already been preceded by Starfield recreations of the taxi from "The Fifth Element," the Naboo N-1 Starfighter from "Star Wars," and a multitude of completely original spaceship designs. With Starfield still enjoying immense momentum, it can be expected that many more original ships will surface on the internet in the days to come.
Starfield is now available for PC and Xbox Series X/S.