The day has arrived, dear space explorers. After a long and tortuous wait, and after 5 days of early access during which lucky owners of the Premium and Constellation editions were able to try the game before anyone else, Starfield is now available for everyone.
So far, Starfield has received an average score of 88 on Metacritic from critics, and most players who have tried it highlight how fun it is and the many possibilities you have when exploring space with your spaceship.
But perhaps the best part of all, by a wide margin, is that Starfield is available today on Xbox Game Pass (yes, on launch day). Whether you’re playing on PC or on Xbox Series X|S, you can enjoy the latest release from Bethesda as part of Microsoft‘s subscription service’s already extensive catalog.
Additionally, when playing Starfield via Xbox Game Pass, you have two options: the traditional one, downloading the game to your device (for which you’ll need at least 100 GB of free storage space), and cloud gaming, which requires a subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (the most comprehensive plan of the service).
Starfield has been one of the most anticipated games of the last decade, and for good reason considering the game’s possibilities. With over 1,000 planets to discover (created both procedurally and by hand) and hundreds of different missions in various corners of space, players will need to invest hundreds of hours to complete the game 100%.
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