As we’ve said many weeks after the launch of Starfield, it’s only a matter of time before somebody decides to recreate a ship from certain franchises using the game’s Ship Builder.
It took a while, but we spotted a ship based on the FF-X7 Core Fighter from the anime Mobile Suit Gundam.
It’s very novel and innovative, so we decided it would be our pick for Ship of the Week. Marvel at Facebook user Josh Martin’s creation is below.
Mobile Suit Gundam is a franchise in Japan that covers many series. This franchise has been around since the 1970s and is known for its anime and the video games and toys they release.
The FF-X7 Core Fighter, however, came from the very first Mobile Suit Gundam series, which came out in 1979.
This recreation is one of the most faithful and accurate renditions of any known intellectual property, except perhaps for the front cowl. One Starfield Bethesda Gaming Community user said it looks like Woody Woodpecker from an angle because the cowl is flatter than in the anime.
This build looks complicated, but if you’d like to emulate this ship for your own game, Josh also posted a link to his tutorial video on his YouTube channel.
Just so you know, one of the earliest ship crossovers in Starfield was created by Matt Frary, Bethsda’s head of public relations. He made a ship with the familiar gold-and-blue motif, the color theme of the corporation Vault-Tec in the Fallout franchise.
Named the “Vault-Tec PR,” the ship is powered by a Class A 18 reactor and has a jump range of 15
Light-years. Its Mass is at 720 and valued at 15485 Credits.
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