Mods to Starfield allow users to remove one of its more annoying elements.
No one enjoys staring directly into someone’s nostrils during conversations; yet Bethesda evidently does not share my sentiment by including some awkward camera work in Starfield. Luckily, one modder can make dialogue less awkward by adding dialogue rewrites for Starfield dialogue scenes.
Starfield has experienced something of an uncertain start since its initial release back in September, as Bethesda’s RPG had high expectations that many believe were unmet by it. Recently on Steam it fell to an “mixed” rating; many users complained of repetitive gameplay, an empty world and what some have considered an underwhelming bounty system.
Though Starfield wasn’t included on The Game Awards nominations list this year, Bethesda and its modding community remain committed to it.
This latest mod to hit the game, Disable Dialogue Camera, allows for third-person camera usage during dialogue scenes – no longer will NPC faces drastically zoom into view when entering into dialogue dialogue, thus keeping jump scares to an absolute minimum!
While third person is always an option in Starfield, switching back to first person as well as controlling camera movements gives an enhanced, personalized experience – useful as you interact with many NPCs who may just end up talking back at you or worse, giving away their secrets! With this mod’s assistance you won’t end up speaking into their nostrils instead!
Kate Harrold described Starfield in her review as an interstellar playground surpassing all expectations, noting its satisfying narrative, moral challenges and intense yet fulfilling combat action.
“Starfield will captivate players for months or years to come; its journey will leave no one unimpressed!” wrote she, with Bethesda standing out with praise: a statement which could only mean one thing – bravo!