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‘Don’t ignore it!’: Starfield developer gives you his number one tip for getting the most out of the RPG

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Starfield is just around the corner: it won’t be long until the release!

Starfield casts its long, intergalactic shadow ahead and many fans should already be preparing themselves intensively for the SciFi RPG. This statement by Bethesda’s chief marketing developer, Pete Hines, can help with this, giving you one or two good tips along the way. If you want to know how to get the most out of the game, you’ve come to the right place.

Starfield developer gives you two big tips to have even more fun

Of course, Pete Hines from Bethesda also spoke about Starfield at gamescom 2023. He advises future players to take a look at their activity log from time to time. There could be exciting activities hidden that don’t look like it at first glance, but are worthwhile.


“My one piece of advice to people is don’t ignore your activities. It feels like throwaway stuff that the game gives you, but there’s some really great stuff in there that doesn’t even feel like a real quest, but it does feel like you lead to some really great places and some cool stories.”

But that’s not all: Above all, it is important that fans play the game in the way that they enjoy the most. Above all, people should try out what they can do and see what happens (via GameSpot):

“We encourage you to play this like any other Bethesda game: do what you want, go where you want, test the game, be the kind of player, the kind of person you are in this world want to be and see what happens.”


Would you like an example? Bethesda’s Pete Hines explains that he himself spent a whole week just in his spaceship, flying around. He purposely ended up going nowhere just to see how that felt. After that he landed on a planet and only explored a city extensively and for a long time. As long as he could without going back to his ship and flying again.

Starfield releases September 6th exclusively for PC and Xbox Series S/X. So you really don’t have to wait too long until you can finally throw yourself into the vastness of space. Meanwhile, our tester Dennis is already playing Starfield and is working flat out to get the big GamePro test up and running by the end of August.

What do you think of these tips and how will you play Starfield, do you already have specific plans?