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Starfield Modders Are Already Preparing to Fix The Game's Bugs

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A Starfield Community Patch is being organized by future Starfield modders in anticipation of the bugs that are notoriously pervasive in Bethesda games.

Although Starfieldisn't expected to release until next year, the modding community is preparing ahead of time in order to quickly push a community patch to address the most important issues that may be present at launch.Starfield has been in development for over seven years, shortly after Bethesda released Fallout 4 back in 2015, and is shaping up to be a massive sci-fi RPG encompassing numerous planets while also featuring space gameplay.

Bethesda is well-known for its ambitious RPGs such as the Fallout and The Elder Scrolls franchises, although the scale and complexity has also led to Bethesda's games earning another, less favorable reputation: they're often plagued with lots of bugs and glitches at release.

It's partially due to this issue that Bethesda's games tend to have very strong modding communities that take matters into their own hands when it comes to polishing up the game's issues, refining gameplay, and adding new features.RELATED: Starfield Fans May Have Figured Out The Game's Step-Out MomentThe Starfield Community Patch will have a scope similar to bug-fixing mods for Skyrim and Fallout, and will be focused on correcting errors and glitches rather than adding new content.

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