Inon-Zur has done a stellar job with the Starfield soundtrack, based entirely on just six notes as a theme. Like the iconic themes of other sci-fi franchises, you’ll know it’s Starfield when you hear these six notes since they are intricately woven into the entire suite.
Of course, it’s understandable if you find Zur’s combat-oriented music tracks for Starfield falling short of your expectations. To each his own, after all. Fortunately, someone agrees with you and created a mod that allows you to replace these tracks with something else.
This mod is called “Starfield Combat Music,” one of the newest creations to be uploaded to the website Nexus.
This mod includes a playlist of copyright-free sci-fi combat tracks, an attribute that those who like to create and upload YouTube videos of their gameplay will undoubtedly appreciate. The modder also says that his creation also replaces the final credits music.
The only downside to this mod is that the game might suddenly replace the music while a track is in the middle of playing, and you may also encounter double-playing tracks. Some tracks also like to play until the end when you’ve already eliminated the Va’Ruun, Spacers, Ecliptics, or Crimson Fleet baddies you’re facing.
This mod is nearly similar to the Starfield Galactic Radio that tried to resolve the lack of an in-game radio, a staple of other Bethesda games, mainly Fallout. You might want to give that one a try as well if you think music plays a significant role in how you immerse yourself in Starfield.
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