Bethesda has finally addressed the concerns of the Starfield gaming community regarding the lack of updates since the game’s release. In a recent message, the game studio announced that they have been diligently working on updates for Starfield and are ready to release the next one into Steam Beta next week.
This upcoming update is set to bring a range of enhancements and optimizations to the game. For Nvidia users, there will be support for DLSS with frame generation, along with display and HDR controls for supported systems. Bethesda encourages players to opt-in and try the update via the Steam Beta options, emphasizing the value of player feedback before the update goes live for all PC and Xbox players.
However, it’s worth noting that the DLSS support is exclusively for PC Nvidia users. Bethesda has assured that AMD FSR3 support will be included in a future update, showing their commitment to improving the game across different systems.
This announcement comes after a period of frustration within the Starfield community. Players have been vocal about their experiences with bugs and issues in the game, expressing their disappointment over the lack of communication and updates from Bethesda. The game studio had promised regular intervals of updates, including top community requested features, but until now, there had only been two updates since the game’s release.
Despite these challenges, Bethesda has reassured players that they are committed to supporting Starfield for “years and years to come.” They encourage players to continue providing feedback, even if they can’t address all requests immediately.
For players who have been eagerly awaiting updates and fixes, this announcement from Bethesda is a step in the right direction. It shows that the game studio is listening to the community and is actively working to improve the Starfield experience. With the Steam Beta update just around the corner, players can look forward to enhancements and optimizations that will hopefully address some of the game’s current issues.