Starfield fans have already started thinking up ways they will cover up any sick leave they need on launch day for Starfield 2.
Finding time to game can sometimes be challenging despite our best intentions, thanks to work, school, family responsibilities and social engagements. You may discover that you don’t actually have much free time available.
Starfield will be an immensely massive game and you may find yourself feeling intimidated about how to fit it all in. Bethesda have already hinted that New Atlantis may well be their largest ever city creation – while Star Map may just be our largest in-game map yet! Not to mention there will be over 1000 planets to discover (of which 10% will feature signs of life!) Some fans are booking September off work while others plan sick day excuses just so they don’t miss this incredible space adventure!
Reddit user thebutler97 began the conversation by posting: “Who else is planning for launch day? Just submitted my PTO request from September 1-4 for Elden Ring this year and Red Dead Redemption 2 several years prior – though some might call this foolish!” While waiting to play could seem tedious for others, “it doesn’t bother me personally. Time wasted just watching a clock tick away feels wasteful to me!.”
Klutzy_Helicopter635 expressed their concern of developing illness that will keep them away from school; Jaded-Ad-7751 replied by providing some interesting examples such as: ‘Many astronauts may suddenly feel as if they are upside-down or may experience difficulty sensing where their own arms and legs are; this disorientation known as Space Adaptation Syndrome (SAS) has long been recognised as the main source of Space Motion Sickness (SMS).'”
Retirement age fans of Starfield are overjoyed that they no longer face this problem, while Bethesda now has an audience waiting to receive them and deliver something truly worthwhile.