Bethesda has released a new update for Starfield that brings the game up to version 1.7.36. This is the third update since Starfield came out in early September.
The update includes changes to settings that allow players to adjust their FOV (Field of View) and some other performance and stability improvements. There’s nothing else in the update that makes modest changes to the space role-playing game.
Here are the ones Starfield 1.7.36 Updates Patch Notes Full:
- FOV: Sliders are now available in settings, allowing players using first-person or third-person to adjust their FOV.
Performance and stability
- [PC ONLY] Improved stability for Intel Arc GPUs.
- Various additional stability and performance improvements.
- Echoes of the Past: Addressed an issue where tunnel creatures could choose a location to block progress.
“Thank you very much for your continued feedback and support of Starfield and we look forward to the future with you on this journey.” Bethesda said in a blog post.
Starfield Tour of the Solar System
Bethesda said that Starfield will eventually get official TLSS support on PC and an eat button for food. Meanwhile, Bethesda has said it wants to add city maps to Starfield in the future. Starfield’s barebones maps have been universally criticized, with some players taking it upon themselves to create their own.
This week IGN reported on a Starfield player who explored all of the game’s 1,000-plus planets, taking nearly 200 hours to complete. If you’re interested in modding Starfield, check out IGN’s guide on how to Install Starfield mods. However, if you’re just getting started, here it is All the first things to do in Starfield.
Review by IGN Starfield’s “tremendous amount of quality roleplaying quests and interesting NPCs” is strong, despite a rough start and some major bad levels.