“This Goes Hard”: Starfield Fans Are Amused After a Gamer Creates a “F1 Ship” in Bethesda’s Space Delight

Published 09/11/2023, 9:22 AM EDT

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Starfield is arguably an ideal result of implementing the wildest of imaginations being ‘literally’ beyond the world. Ever since its announcement at the Xbox Showcase 2023, the title has dominated the eSporting trends. A lot of reasons can be attributed to the hype built around the Xbox exclusive. However, some unique features adapted to the gameplay have to be the major contributors. Unarguably, the highlight is Starfield shipbuilding.

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 If your pursuit of Starfield ship engineering lacks motivation, then this creation might just give you the needed push. While most gamers are still struggling to figure out ship engineering, a player has taken the standards to a whole new level. Now, Bethesda’s Interstellar space has been blessed with a Formula 1 car hovering across the cosmos. Thanks to the player, we now have the ‘fastest’ mode of transport in space! 

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The ship-building feature in Starfield has certainly sparked a disguised race to create the most challenging structures possible in the game. In another day of exploring the limits of the Xbox exclusive, the gaming community was left stunned upon witnessing a player’s creation. 

A player claimed to have created a Formula 1 car structure with the resources of ship engineering in the open world. And you would think how close someone could come to the actual design. The answer unexpectedly is ‘the closest you can imagine’. It seemed like the player had taken a huge lead in the undercover competition of Starfield shipbuilding

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The gamer going by the name of u/da_bacon_man shared some unbelievable snippets of their latest establishment. The detailing and uniformity in the structure make you wonder if the player is an actual engineer. In any case, the designer has undoubtedly earned the tag of ‘Starfield’s ship engineer’. 

This isn’t the first time a player has flexed their ship-building skills on social media. We have already witnessed some other iconic creations in just a matter of a few days. These include a Halo UNSC Frigate and a nostalgic trip to the good old days with Thomas the Engine. However, being an F1 car driver in an interstellar space seems like the coolest idea of all. 

Netizens are jealous

As soon as the pictures surfaced on social media, the F1 feature in Starfield was under massive fan spotlight. The latest design invited a lot of hilarious reactions from the community and of course some jealousy. 

For a game that provides so much liberty and power of expression to the players, a fan is overwhelmed with the experience.

A jealous gamer praises the designer in their own way, addressing their lack of creative intelligence. 

There can be no debates around this particular claim. Who wouldn’t want to race across the never-ending cosmos? 

These two words sum up the F1 car structure. 

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Another fan hails praises to the structure. 

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All these iconic creations are teasing enough to motivate your goals of astronomical engineering in the Sci-Fi giant. Before you go on engineering duty today, let us know your ship-building progress in the comments below. 

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Vaibhav Singh Tomar

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