Starfield Player Creates Village Identical to Whiterun Thanks to Mods

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Credit: Bethesda and u/Present-Ad-751

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Credit: Bethesda and u/Present-Ad-751

Starfield’s Creations is one of the best things to happen to the game since its launch last year.

Xbox players can now experience unrestricted customization of their games through free and paid mods available through Creations, many of which overhaul game aspects like gameplay and follower interactions. Aside from these, players like to customize their outposts, and one particular Starfield fan created their own rustic village thanks to Xbox Creations.

Originally posted on Reddit, user u/Present-Ad-751 has started to create their hamlet, which is fascinatingly similar to the city of Whiterun in Skyrim.

Made up of houses from the TG Luxury Homes Vol 1 mod, their village features several homes on a nice grassy plain in Jemison, the same planet where the capital of the Settled Systems, New Atlantis, is located. Complete with a landing pad for easy access, the village is still under development, and the houses will be decorated individually.

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While the town’s development took the interest of fellow players, some were vocal about visual and other mods disabling the achievements.

Some paid mods disable achievements, which may be counter-intuitive for players who want to earn achievements while harmlessly modding their gameplay.

Players have stated that outpost mods and other similar mods that alter game asset appearances shouldn’t disable achievements, especially if these mods are just purely for visual and aesthetic purposes. Playing as Batman or Ahsoka shouldn’t limit achievements, and some players even mention that spending money for downloadable content, whether mods or additional quests, shouldn’t disable achievements.

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Credit: Bethesda and u/Present-Ad-751

While these sentiments are valid, Bethesda should implement a system of checking and categorizing which Creation content will disable achievements. This will encourage modders to create more content and players to download more and spend more on achievement-friendly custom content.

Whether you create your own township with mods or customize your Starfield gameplay to feel like Star Wars, stay updated with the latest news and Xbox Creations here at Starfield Portal.

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