Starfield fans have taken to predicting their in-game deaths and there have been some surprising predictions made so far.
Starfield by Bethesda could prove dangerously perilous when released later this year, too.
Starfield seems almost improper to describe as an open-world RPG given the breadth and scale of its galaxy-spanning experience. Boasting over 1,000 planets for exploration, completionists may spend months, or perhaps years, uncovering everything the game offers if that is their goal – some fans have even booked time off work when Starfield releases so that they can fully dedicate themselves to exploring everything it offers – something I understand and respect fully.
As Gfinity reports, gamers on Reddit are already anticipating what might kill them first in this upcoming videogame release. Though this might sound morbid, just think of all of the alien lifeforms and enemies we will come into contact with – not to mention other threats we don’t even yet recognize as potential killers! With all that we are facing it’s easy for someone’s fate to slip through their fingers, with everyone guessing which will eventually become their downfall.
“Crash Landing lol. Too excited and taken by all that I saw to pay any mind to altitude,” FastlaneKnight lamented. Spiritual-Drive9412 predicted, while MrKain wondered aloud “My Need To Find Out If Petting Alien Animals Is Possible”.
Other users have noted that curiosity could ultimately be what leads to their death in-game: JackSego wrote “it’s a space game and most likely I will just do something stupid to see what happens”, while Docclox suggested “quick saving and then saying ‘What if I do this? ‘”. Overall, that sounds like the most exciting way of playing!