In the vast and ever-expanding world of video game modifications, some enhance the gaming experience and those that, well, don’t quite hit the mark. Bethesda’s highly anticipated space RPG, Starfield, is no exception to this rule. While the modding community has already begun to churn out a plethora of creative additions, there are a few mods that, unfortunately, fall into the category of being the least essential.
First on the list is the “Disco Ball Spaceship” mod, which, as the name suggests, adds a disco ball to your spacecraft. While it may seem like a fun and quirky addition, it offers no practical benefit to your gameplay and may even distract you from the immersive space exploration that Starfield promises.
Next up is the “Super Speed Jetpack” mod, which grants your character an absurd amount of speed while using the jetpack. While this may seem exciting at first, it completely breaks the game’s balance and immersion, turning your spacefaring adventure into a chaotic and unrealistic sprint through the cosmos.
Perhaps the most egregious of the bunch is the “Infinite Money” mod. As tempting as it may be to have an infinite supply of credits at your disposal, it completely undermines the game’s economy and progression system, rendering any sense of achievement or challenge obsolete.
While these mods may have their niche appeal and offer some lighthearted moments, they ultimately detract from the immersive and balanced experience that Starfield aims to provide. It’s important for players to carefully consider the mods they choose to install, ensuring that they enhance the game rather than hinder it. So, before diving into the vast reaches of space, think twice before installing these least essential mods and instead focus on the breathtaking universe Bethesda has crafted for us to explore.