Inception is one of Christopher Nolan’s best flicks of the 21st century. Starring a powerhouse cast led by Leonardo di Caprio and Ken Watanabe, the movie is a whirlwind of mind-boggling physics and action sequences just like Bethesda’s latest open-world RPG, Starfield.
Maybe the movie inspired Reddit user OldManMcGuffin to take this snapshot of his character floating in zero gravity.
The decision was unanimous. This fantastic shot is going to be our photo of the week. The unusual angle only bears testimonial to the unbelievable physics that Bethesda’s Creation engine is capable of. The choice of rendering the image in grayscale further added to the visual impact that this photo had on us.
OldManMcGuffin himself admitted that this was the “trickiest screenshot” he ever did, but he is happy with the result. Of course, so are we!
As our Photo of the Week, this image will be gracing galleries for a week and will be featured in a special video.
Keep posting those screenshots using Photo Mode, and upload them to your socials with the hashtag #PortalSnapshot. That way, we’ll be able to find your snaps and hopefully feature them in the upcoming weeks.
So, keep those pictures coming, explorers, and keep exploring!
Did you know that before the launch of Starfield, Bethesda sent four content creators to attend a one-day space camp? These creators were given a “crash course” on what it takes to become an astronaut and go into space.
The lucky creators were: Astro_Alexandra, Filspixel, LilyPichu, and Myth. They uploaded their experiences on their YouTube channels, so check them out.
Also, do check out the first Community Patch for Starfield. It finally removes that weird glitch where your character looks left while sprinting.
For more articles like this, take a look at our Starfield Community page.