We’re T-minus 7 days until the release of Starfield, which is a game that very well could end relationships, get people fired, and then some. However, until then, what will you do? Play some of the other amazing games? Well, you could. But if Starfield is all you can think about, you may want to jump on things by planning your character with this amazing “Starfield Character Build Planner and Calculator” tool, developed by Nukes & Dragons.
This team has been creating character planners for games such as Fallout 4, The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, and even Cyberpunk 2077, and now has released one for Starfield. This character build and planner will let you create your character and all the aspects that come with that. It’s a very in-depth tool, and I’ve seen options that I haven’t before and thus, my character, assuming the tool is correct, is ready to go. It’s worth giving it a shot until the actual game is released.
Head on over to Nukes & Dragons’ official site and get a jump on creating your character.
That said, Nukes & Dragons does caution that this tool is under development and that some information may be incorrect or incomplete. But don’t let that stop you from having fun and giving it a spin. Before you know it, Starfield will be released, and well, maybe this tool will be of some help to you. I’ve tried it a few times, and it’s already given me an idea of how I plan on playing when I get my copy of the game.
I’ll be honest with you: I haven’t had much love for Bethesda RPGs. Sure, I played Skyrim because who didn’t? I can even play it on a refrigerator; it’s everywhere. Toss in Morrowind as it was my first foray into a major RPG on the Xbox, and okay, some Fallout 3. But that’s it, and as you can see, my Bethesda RPG experience has been light. I suppose it was due to the jank that games were known for or that I mainly played JRPGs (I loved the single-player Phantasy Star series). Starfield has me excited as it combines lots of stuff I love, and I can’t wait to dive in.
Starfield will be released on September 6, 2023, for the Xbox Series X|S, PC (Steam and Windows Store), and Xbox and PC Game Pass. If you want to jump in five days earlier, you’ll need to have pre-ordered one of the three premium editions of the game: Digital Premium, Premium Upgrade, and Constellation.