We have seen more than our fair share of celebrities getting into Starfield through unique character designs. We had Ryan Seacrest, Brian Cranston, and Matt Smith all getting into the game when the player designed their character after them through personal means or a mod.
Those celebrities have so far not said anything about them being in the game, but one actor has shared his thoughts on having himself recreated on Starfield. The actor is David Harbour, and he told IGN that he is horrified at the idea.
What people don’t know, however, is that Harbour is an avid player of Bethesda’s most successful open-world RPG. He has built a character, which he described as "extremely young and extremely handsome."
IGN also asked him what he thinks about the game as a whole, especially since Starfield has been widely criticized because of its shortcomings as well as statements made by Bethesda’s executive Todd Howard in the run-up to the game’s release.
Harbour said that none of those bugs had a negative impact on his enjoyment of Bethesda’s first new franchise after more than 20 years.
One of the most amusing portions of the video, however, is Harbour’s admission that he has taken advantage of the glitches that allowed players to gain infinite money.
These glitches, which include the infamous one in Akila City, were previously obliterated by a Bethesda patch. The removal of these exploits have been met with disappointment and rage by the playing community.
Aside from his role in Marvel’s The Black Widow and the Christmas-themed slasher Violent Night, Harbour also appeared in Gran Turismo, another film related to video games. He is also slated to appear in the upcoming reboot of the survival horror game Alone in the Dark, sign him up for the Starfield Movie please!
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