Starfield Leaked Screenshots Reveal Traits, Inventory Management & Potential Return Of Creation Club

Starfield Leaked Screenshots Reveal Traits, Inventory Management & Potential Return Of Creation Club

Leaked screenshots from Bethesda Game Studios’ upcoming action role-playing game, Starfield, have revealed brand new information regarding the game.

The aforementioned screenshots have allegedly been captured from an public QA build of Starfield. They have revealed new information regarding the game, including details on character traits and inventory management.

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Starfield Character Traits Leaked

The character traits available in Starfield have been leaked via screenshots from the game’s public QA build. They can be seen below.

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Starfield Inventory Menu Revealed

The inventory menu from Starfield can be seen in the screenshot below.

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Starfield Gameplay Screenshots

Screenshots showing gameplay footage from Starfield can be seen below.

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Additionally, it was revealed that Starfield’s updated Steam EULA now includes a reference to “Creation Credits”, suggesting that the Creation Club or paid mods service may be making a return. It is stated that the “Creation Credits” associated with the game are “Virtual Currency” and are subject to such terms and conditions.

Previously, Dataminer Sebasti66855537 shared on Twitter that, upon going through Starfield pre-load files on PC, he was unable to ssee any signs of the game supporting Nvidia DLSS or Intel XeSS. As also mentioned by them, this may generate a lot of backlash against Bethesda from Nvidia and Intel GPU users, as the publisher has yet to confirm whether it is blocking rival GPU vendor image reconstruction technology due to AMD’s sponsorship.

The modder further explained that supporting only FSR2 out of all temporal upscalers is especially disappointing because if a game engine can support a form of temporal upscaling technology, implementing support for other image reconstruction techologies ought to have been trivial. They added that there are tools that greatly simplify the process of incorporating support for image reconstruction technologies, such as Nvidia Streamline in the case of DLSS.

Additionally, it was revealed by Starfield Design Directors Will Shen and Emil Pagliarulo that the game features a jail system, and that it will let players purchase multiple homes across different cities.

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