Starfield receives massive free update with tons of quality features
After years of anticipation and hype surrounding its debut in September 2016, Starfield finally opened up for players offering them the kind of intergalactic space adventure only Bethesda could deliver.
Bethesda claims Starfield has been 20 years in development. Unfortunately, though its release during one of the best video game years ever – 2023 – may have fallen short of expectations, but fans continue to find its potential captivating. Fallout/The Elder Scrolls meets space remains an attractive prospect!
At launch, even the greatest video games require post-launch improvements in order to remain at their fullest potential. After hundreds of hours spent testing in-house and publishing it into the wider world, unexpected issues often surface that weren’t detected beforehand; additionally, player feedback might force developers to implement additional features based on Starfield.
Since Starfield launched earlier this year, free post-launch updates have already come flooding in. Recently, its sci-fi RPG received one that offers quality-of-life improvements and features; most notable among these for PC gamers may be DLSS support – which may well become one of its hallmark features in future updates.
Just days ago, Bethesda announced the highly requested feature for Starfield would soon arrive via an update – and now its time has arrived with Nvidia DLSS support available on PC players using compatible Nvidia graphic cards! “This update introduces Nvidia DLSS support on our PC platform: compatible Nvidia graphic cards can now use Super Resolution mode; Deep Learning Anti-aliasing (DLAA), Nvidia Reflex Low Latency mode and Frame generation,” according to Bethesda’s patch notes detailing this latest patch release.
Bethesda recently added to its recent update a consume button to ensure players can easily gobble up food they find within environments. “By popular request, we now allow players to consume items immediately or save them up for later consumption – the choice is yours,” stated Bethesda.
Next time you launch Starfield, an update should begin downloading automatically unless it was already active while your PC or Xbox was sleeping mode.
Starfield is now available on PC and Xbox Series X|S, plus Xbox Game Pass subscribers at no additional charge.