Starfield’s first error has been discovered, rendering it “literally unplayable,” fans joke.
There has certainly been some ridiculous gooses on the internet! Starfield fans have made fun of themselves after finding typos in one of its in-game items by labelling the game “literally unplayable.” Do take “literally unplayable” with an appropriately ironic tone!
Bethesda’s Starfield space epic will launch on 6 September and in its lead-up, we are learning more and more. Bethesda recently unveiled more information regarding factions and branching paths of their space epic; Bethesda teased that you might even play as a space samurai! Based on gameplay footage fans are convinced you may even decorate your own apartment and pilot your own mechs; at over 1,000 planets to explore I expect new features will still be discovered after launch; today let me show you something fun spotted by fans: an error!
GameRadar reports that Reddit user Ambitious_Back4748 recently shared a screenshot from Starfield footage after discovering a small typo: an in-game gun appears with the words, “State of the at.” Clearly this should read as, ‘art.’ While most may never notice, Starfield fans had fun joking about this minor error despite it not changing anything game wise; Ambitious_Back4748 shared their find publicly to share its amusement with fellow Starfield enthusiasts.
MechShield joked “1.5 out of 10, literally unplayable” while yanvail added, “Pre-order cancelled”. Moist-Pickle-2736 wrote, “Ugh and I was so looking forward to this game; alright comedians, have your fun; time’s up.”
Bethesda boss Todd Howard addressed bugs head on when speaking about Starfield; he claimed it has the fewest bugs ever shipped by Bethesda – exactly what we wanted to hear!