Starfield’s starfielder creates an actual milky path out of cartons following exit of ship into space, using a neat technique
The majority of dedicated Bethesda gamers who’ve put hundreds of hours in Skyrim along with Fallout 4 are eagerly anticipating an opportunity to begin digging deep into Starfield.
Whatever you’ve spent in advance for access to the game or joined the fun after its release chances are that if you’ve been able to avoid downloading mods You’ve probably gone through plenty of interstellar exploration and created your own player into a sturdier space fighter.
Perhaps you’ve been attracted to bizarre pranks which could include Thomas the Tank Engine or even a spaceship that resembles the shape of a sandwich. 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 to entertain you is rising to new heights.
Did you manage to accomplish any spacewalking within Starfield to date?
The past few days, several footages of people floating in the universe while their spacecraft is in orbit over the planet are appearing on the various Starfield subreddits. To embark on exploration, you’ll need to play on a PC which has console commands responsible for creating the spacewalk.
People who are able to allow their characters to leave of the ship and switch off gravity this is done using ‘player.setpos 10’ or setgravityscale 0, respectively. aren’t wasting time using the ability they have acquired to be involved in some hilarious funny antics.
Reddit user Space_Scumbag is known as Dennios On YouTube on YouTube, which was recently removed 10k milk cartons On New Atlantis and has now exceeded that feat by utilizing similar objects to construct an actual milky way upon leaving their vessel.
Like you see in the video above in the video above, the players celebrated their achievement with gracefully swimming across the boxes, which caused them to slowly float out in various directions. When an individual on another discussion on the topic of the video saying they wanted to see the dairy products disappear forever, Space_Scumbag said that this doesn’t happen in the game.
“I could record a longer video, but I have to say the milk cartons wouldn’t get far,” the group said. They continued: “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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If you’re admiring the vastness of the universe while you float around in space, be sure to stay on our site for plenty of information for Starfield’s vessels, mechanics as well as missions.