Starfield player showcases impressive outpost that took over 100 hours to build
Starfield players have the freedom to unleash their creativity and design impressive structures in the game, such as an extensive outpost that took o...
Starfield players have the freedom to unleash their creativity and design impressive structures in the game, such as an extensive outpost that took over 100 hours to build.
The diverse selection of creations in Starfield, including space trucks and representations of Hollywood actors, illustrates the limitless possibilities that the game offers.
The featured outpost called "My Factory" showcases the player's ingenuity and dedication, inspiring other players to enhance and create their own remarkable structures.
A Starfield player has managed to create an impressive outpost that, according to them, took over 100 hours of work. This creation expands the already seen diversity of creations in the game and once again showcases the incredible possibilities that Starfield offers.
Bethesda's new RPG video game has not only given imaginative fans the wings to explore the depths of space but also allowed their creative spirit to soar, empowering them to design and create to their heart's content within the game. Players have presented a diverse array of creations, ranging from space trucks resembling Optimus Prime to the Normandy from Mass Effect. Some players have even crafted likenesses of Hollywood personalities like Leonardo DiCaprio and Willem Dafoe, showcasing significant dedication and investing hours into these artistic endeavors.
The latest impressive design was shared by Reddit user Hackoox, who presented an awe-inspiring outpost that more than one Starfield player would love to have, as evident from the comments on the post. In the game, an outpost essentially serves as a player's base camp on any planet of their choice, depending on weather and atmosphere. This Reddit user has taken the concept a step further by creating what they call "My Factory," which appears as an immense industrial facility in the pictures, carefully designed at the center of a planet and even bearing certain resemblances to locations from franchises like Star Wars.
The outpost appears quite spacious in the pictures and features different areas where containers, transport carts, control towers, and many other things are placed, giving it an authentic factory-like feel. According to the user, this project in Starfield required over 100 hours of work and is not yet completed, so the total construction time could be even longer.
Although this creation is not directly associated with pop culture as seen in previous examples, it is a demonstration of ingenuity and dedication that once again highlights the millions of possibilities that Starfield offers its players. Despite some complaints in the comments on Hackoox's post regarding issues with flat surfaces and the often challenging nature of building foundations in the game, most people reacted very positively to this construction and were encouraged to enhance their own creations.
This player has shown that outposts are not just a place or a base, but with a little creativity and ingenuity (and about 100 hours of work), they can be transformed into admirable constructions. So far, Starfield has been a great source of inspiration for players, and the community will be eagerly anticipating the new creations that the future holds for them.
Starfield is now available for PC and Xbox Series X/S.