Starfield is all set to launch on September 06, 2023. Early access to the game is available for players who have pre-ordered a special edition of the game. It is a classic Bethesda game with an elaborate storyline and characters. The players are all excited about the game as it is a new title from the developers after two years.
Before the game’s release, Bethesda made a big deal out of Starfield’s ability to create your own ships or significantly tweak existing ones. Yes, you can do this and create some very cool things, however, the system for doing so is not at all adequately explained.
In order to find what you’re looking for in Starfield, which has a vast number of locations to explore as well as planets and systems to jump to, you’ll need to know where to go and how to get around. You’ll need to locate a Ship Services Technician. For instance, if you’re seeking for a facility to build up or modify your ship. The Technician positions that we are currently aware of, along with some of the better ones to try out for creating your ideal ship, are listed below.
Shipyards in Starfield
The game’s shipbuilding component is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating. Fortunately for the game’s tinkerers, the system in place offers a wide variety of modules, armaments, engines, and other options.
A ship services technician must be present, which most likely means higher inhabited areas like big cities and other settlements. Shipyards are locations where you can repair, alter, or improve your current ship, but they can’t be found simply anyplace.
- New Atlantis – Alpha Centauri System, Jemison
- Akila City – Cheyenne System, Akila
- Hopetown – Valo System, Polvo
- Neon – Volii System, Volii Alpha
- Cydonia – Sol System, Mars
- New Homestead – Sol System, Titan
- Paradiso – Porrima System, Porrima II
- Deimos Staryard – Sol System, Deimos
- The Red Mile – Porrima System, Porrima III
- The Den – Wolf System, The Den
- The Key – Kryx System, The Key Space Station
Players can go check them out and start building ships as per their choice. Starfield is released on Xbox Series X and Series S consoles, and on PC via Steam and the Windows Store. The game is also available on Steam Deck.