Bethesda’s first IP in 25 years, Starfield, is set in a space-exploration RPG-type gameplay. Starfield is set to contain a 1000-planets to explore. This is possible due to the procedural generation technology used to render the worlds.
The game’s complexity doesn’t just stop at exploration; it extends to its skills and traits system, allowing deep character customization. Players can choose from 82 skills divided into five categories: Physical, Social, Combat, Science, and Tech.
In Starfield, there are various factions to side with, each with its own set of missions, perks, and rewards. Player choices here can significantly impact the gameplay and outcome. Further, it makes each playthrough a unique experience. Moreover, the PC specs have been revealed, requiring an SSD and 125 GB of available space, setting the stage for a high-quality gaming experience.
How to Start a New Game Plus in Starfield
Starting a New Game Plus in Starfield is a straightforward process. Players will first need to complete the main storyline to unlock the New Game Plus mode in Starfield. After that, the player will be prompted with an option to start a New Game Plus.
You can either continue your current adventure in the existing universe or opt for a fresh start by walking towards the Unity, a giant glowing orb. Doing so will initiate the New Game Plus mode, where you’ll be reborn as a Starborn in an alternate universe.
New Game Plus carryovers,
When you start a New Game Plus, some aspects from the previous playthrough will carry over:
- All traits, as long as the player didn’t remove any during the initial playthrough.
- All the skills unlocked, along with their ranks.
- All Powers, which you’ve acquired from temples and anomalies.
New Game Plus loses,
Starting a New Game Plus has its sacrifices. Here’s what you’ll lose:
- All items, including weapons, spacesuits, and crafting materials.
- All ships, except for your starting ship, the Frontier.
- Any outposts built.
- All your hard-earned credits.
- Planetary data you’ve discovered.
New Additions in New Game Plus,
- A new Starborn ship, which is an upgrade from the Frontier.
- A special Starborn Spacesuit that fills the slots for armor, helmet, and jetpack.
According to a Reddit thread, New Game Plus also introduces new dialogues and allows players to skip the primary campaign. Players will start in Argo Orbit, and the only quest is to get to the Lodge. Some users also mentioned that completing New Game Plus multiple times could give you an upgraded Starborn Spacesuit.
Starting a New Game Plus in Starfield offers a unique way to experience the game repeatedly but with a twist. You get to keep some of your progress while also facing new challenges. It’s a fantastic feature for those who can’t get enough of what Starfield offers. The replayability is reasonable, given the many builds you can undertake.