Starfield hasn’t been out in the wild for very long, but that hasn’t stopped modders already taking the time to change and — in some cases — improve the game for PC players. From a much more detailed inventory UI to adding DLSS and even adding the PlayStation Studios splash screen to the start of the game (yes, seriously!), there are already some great mods worth a look.
This page will feature some of our favorite Starfield mods that we’ve found so far, and we’ll be updating this article as we find more. If we are missing any of your favorites, be sure to let us know in the comments below!
We also want to note that these mods are being built without official mod support from Bethesda. Don't worry though, as Bethesda's Todd Howard has confirmed it will be coming in 2024.
Before we get to the mods, we do want to encourage you to check out our expansive Starfield wiki guide, which will not only provide you with all the tools needed to make Starfield a special experience, but will also teach you how to install mods if you aren’t familiar.
One of the most popular Starfield mods is M8r98a4f2’s StarUI Inventory mod that improves all the inventory screens in the game. The goal of this mod is to give players much more information at a glance than the base game offers, including a compact display style, more details in sortable columns, item category icons, sortable categories, and the ability to mass-transfer a whole category of items to and from a container, your ship, or a trader.
This may take the space cake for the silliest mod of the bunch, but it’s a pretty funny one that replaces the Bethesda logo video with that of PlayStation Studios’. It’s obviously humorous because Starfield is not on Sony’s console, and this mod by chachRead more on ign.com