Starfield’s player creates a an actual milky path out of cartons after leaving ship in space with a clever technique
The majority of dedicated Bethesda players who’ve put many hours of their lives in Skyrim along with Fallout 4 were eagerly awaiting the opportunity to dig deep into Starfield.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve paid an early fee to play the game or joined the fun after its release chances are that if you’ve been able to avoid downloading mods it’s likely that you’ve already been through a lot of interstellar exploration and created your own player into a sturdier space explorer.
Maybe you’ve always been than interested in participating in bizarre pranks that could involve Thomas the Tank Engine or even a spaceship that resembles sandwiches. Then, with the discovery of a clever small trick that lets players to escape their vessels from space, it seems that the game’s possibilities for hilarious shenanigans has risen to new heights.
Did you manage to accomplish some spacewalking in Starfield to date?
In the last couple of days, numerous footages of people floating in the universe while their spacecraft hovers above the planet are showing up on Starfield’s numerous subreddits. Unfortunately, to embark on spacewalks, you’ll need to have a PC and console commands providing the ability.
The people who are able to make their character move out of their vessel and switch off gravity this is possible via input of ‘player.setpos 10.10’ and setgravityscale 0, respectively and have no problem with their new capabilities to perform some intriguing antics.Reddit user Space_Scumbag uses the name Dennios on YouTube was recently seen dropping 10k milk containers at New Atlantis and has now overtaken that feat with the same device to construct a more literal milky route after leaving their vessel.
Like you see in the video above The players celebrated the feat in a graceful manner, swimming around the cartons, which caused the cartons to start floating out in diverse directions. When another participant on another discussion regarding the video, who said they were hoping to see the dairy products disappear forever, Space_Scumbag said that this is not how the game operates.
“I could record a longer video, but I have to say the milk cartons wouldn’t get far,” they added, adding: “The space simulation isn’t that correct. Stuff slows down and stops after a while, it has friction like in a fluid.”
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No matter if you’re admiring the vastness of space or you float around in space, you should stay on our site for plenty of information for Starfield’s vessels, mechanics as well as missions.