New Starfield Update Released: Version 1.7.33
"Starfield update fixes bugs and improves gameplay experience for PC and Xbox players, making it the most polished Bethesda game."
The highly anticipated update 1.7.33 for Starfield has finally arrived for PC and Xbox players, and it was initially touted as the most polished game from Bethesda to date. While it appears that Starfield has lived up to this claim to a large extent, fans have still encountered a fair share of technical difficulties.
Fortunately, Bethesda has been quick to address these issues by releasing updates for Starfield. The latest update aims to resolve some lingering problems that players have been facing. For instance, characters wandering away from their designated locations should no longer be an issue, and Star Stations will now be correctly labeled as player-owned ships.
Moreover, Bethesda has also fixed a glitch that previously prevented vendors from accessing their full inventory. This fix suggests that the infamous puddle glitch may have been resolved as well, but further testing is needed to confirm this once fans have downloaded the update.
Graphics issues, such as blurry textures, have also been addressed in the new update. A significant fix has been implemented specifically for the scanner, which used to lag after a certain point in the game. With this update, players should be able to use their scanners without experiencing any hitching issues, even during extended gameplay sessions.
In addition to these specific fixes, the latest update for Starfield includes unspecified stability and performance improvements. This means that players can expect fewer crashes and freezes, resulting in a smoother and more enjoyable gaming experience.
The update also addresses issues related to ships in Starfield. Previously, players encountered problems where displayed items would disappear from mannequins on the ships, as well as items stored in Razorleaf Storage Containers and Weapon Racks disappearing after commandeering another vessel. These issues have now been resolved, ensuring that players can properly store and display their items without any unexpected disappearances.
Looking ahead, Bethesda has plans to release more updates for Starfield in the future. While most of these updates will likely focus on bug fixes, there is always the possibility of more significant changes and improvements to the game.
Starfield, being an open-world sci-fi role-playing game, has garnered a lot of attention and players have expressed their desires for certain features to be implemented. However, it remains to be seen whether these wishes will come true in future updates.
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