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Starfield Should Launch with Bethesda's Creation Club Instead of Waiting Like Skyrim and Fallout

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Starfield's anticipation continues to grow as early 2023 approaches. The first new IP from Bethesda Game Studios in 25 years, Starfield is meant to resemble Skyrim in space, yet its reported realism will also serve as an existential look at what it means for humanity to live among the stars.

Todd Howard, the Director and Executive Producer at Bethesda Game Studios, has excitedly framed Starfield as containing step-out moments — where players will be confronted with the wonder of the game and universe.Skyrim and Fallout 4 feel like lived-in games where players can get a sense of immersion through content that expands upon the main stories, themes, and interactions.

This can be attributed to Bethesda's Creation Club, where Bethesda and community creators designed additional content compatible with the main games and their respective DLCs.

This Club was established well after both games had been released, but in the case of Starfield, it may benefit Bethesda to release the Creation Club early.Why Starfield's Color Palette Should be More Vibrant Than Fallout, New VegasLaunched in 2017, Creation Club features new content for Fallout 4 and Skyrim Special Edition.

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