Starfield Surpasses One Million Concurrent Players
Bethesda‘s highly anticipated game, Starfield, has reached a significant achievement by surpassing one million concurrent players across all platforms. Phil Spencer, CEO of Microsoft, announced the exciting news. Since its launch on September 6, the game has captivated fans with its space-themed version of Skyrim, allowing players to freely express their creativity within the pop culture realm.
Starfield has quickly climbed the sales charts even before its official release, indicating a positive start for the game. Fans have embraced the ship creator feature, using it to recreate iconic vessels from beloved franchises such as Star Wars, Serenity, and Star Trek. Additionally, dedicated players have already discovered hidden references to other Bethesda games.
In an impressive and humorous showcase of Starfield‘s physics, one player stuffed a whopping 20,000 potatoes into their ship’s cockpit for the sake of science. They shared a clip on Reddit, depicting the realistic spillage of the potatoes when the cockpit door was opened, and their subsequent interaction with the closing door.
Expressing gratitude to the community, Phil Spencer extended his congratulations to Bethesda Studios for achieving this remarkable milestone. The success of Starfield continues to shine, proving its appeal and popularity among players worldwide.
Starfield is available on consoles and PC and also available through the Xbox Game Pass.