#Starfield replace provides DLSS help and the choice to eat off the ground

Starfield replace provides DLSS help and the choice to eat off the ground

Almost two weeks after it hit beta, the Starfield DLSS replace — dubbed 1.8.86 on Steam — is now out there for the lots. Not solely ought to it assist with efficiency, however the replace additionally permits you to snarf meals off any floor.

It’s possible you’ll not have eaten meals proper off the bottom because you had been a toddler, however there isn’t a judgment for such conduct in house. Effectively, except you introduced a type of Constellation companions who complain about the whole lot. Wait, no. That’s all of them.

Sam Coe in Starfield
It’s a part of their attraction (?). Screenshot by Destructoid

What DLSS replace 1.8.86 brings to Starfield

The standout of replace 1.8.86 is that it brings Nvidia’s DLSS to Starfield ultimately. Bethesda’s huge house RPG has been with out the helpful tech because it launched in September, leaving many PC gamers to twist knobs and alter sliders with the intention to get the sport working comparatively effectively on their rigs. It’s been a bit touch-and-go. The replace provides DLSS help together with DLAA (deep studying anti-aliasing), Nvidia Reflex Low Latency, and DLSS body era.

And also you get to eat meals off the ground like a low-health character from a beat ’em up. Certainly, Bethesda has proudly included a extremely requested function that lets you eat any meals discovered within the setting. Will 76 Chunks Beef fulfill you? Most likely not, because the solely factor nearer to the void that may be a Bethesda character’s abdomen is a black gap. And meals gadgets heal for little or no in Starfield. However it could save your life to slurp some alien tea you stepped on whereas in a heated struggle with house pirates.

Crimson Fleet questline and rewards in Starfield delgado
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The replace does carry loads of different modifications, together with bug fixes. One of many bugs tied to the ‘Eye of the Storm’ mission appears to be mounted, and the sport acquired some polish to its visuals.

Hopefully, it’s sufficient to make some gamers completely happy. However it could be too late for some. Starfield has dropped onerous in reputation, and, for a second, had fewer gamers than 2011’s Skyrim. The Steam rating has additionally began to slip, with the sport sitting at a ‘Combined’ score. We’ll have to attend and see if a better-performing Starfield can begin, effectively, performing higher quickly.

Cameron Woolsey

A contract author, Cam has been enjoying video games for many years and writing about them for about 15 years. He focuses on motion RPGs, shooters, and brawlers, however will at all times make a bit of little bit of time for indies and classics.

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