Starfield early access has already caused widespread consternation among fans.
Gamers have tremendous expectations of Bethesda’s Starfield RPG, and you really can’t blame them. Since its announcement, its promise was evident; each new demo revealed more evidence that its potential would exceed expectation and deliver something truly breathtaking.
While some fans of Starfield may be disappointed that its console edition will only support 30fps, considering there will be over 1000 planets to discover is hard not to get excited by what lies ahead – we only need wait a week until its official launch on 6 September or be adventurous and start exploring earlier if that suits them better!
Starfield will soon be entering an early access period starting September 1, which anyone willing to pay the price can take part in if they purchase either its Constellation Edition (for roughly PS250/$300) or Premium Edition (roughly PS100/$100). You could also opt for purchasing Premium Edition Upgrade for PS34.99/$34.99 which allows early playthrough via Xbox Game Pass; users simply pay per upgrade rather than for entire game!
Though this concept seems very exciting, Reddit users have expressed fear that early access may leave them disappointed when the game turns out not as expected.
“Fingers crossed it’ll actually run smoothly on day one!” ZuphCud wrote. Webbeth concurred: “People generally wouldn’t purchase mystery fruit without knowing its quality, yet many preorder games that have yet to be benchmarked publicly,” adding:
If you are uncertain about the quality or enjoyment of Starfield, Xbox Game Pass could offer an easier and cheaper solution until its release on 6 September.