Fans Call for Bethesda to Release Starfield Character Creator

Starfield subreddit users demand pre-release access to character customization tool.

In a recent post on the Starfield subreddit, dedicated fans of the highly anticipated video game have called upon Bethesda to release the character creator tool ahead of the game's official launch. The discussion thread, titled 'Bethesda Should Release the Character Creator Now', quickly garnered attention and gained momentum as users voiced their desire to explore the vast customization options available for their in-game avatars.

With Starfield being Bethesda's first original RPG in over 25 years, it comes as no surprise that fans are eager to delve into every aspect of the game. The character creator tool, seen by many players as a fundamental component of role-playing games, allows users to design and personalize their own unique avatars, shaping their appearance, features, and even backstory.

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The thread, which has already received hundreds of comments and upvotes, highlights the level of enthusiasm and anticipation surrounding the upcoming release. Users expressed their eagerness to experiment with different character builds, facial features, hairstyles, and body types, aiming to truly embody their envisioned space-faring adventurer.

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Some fans argued that an early release of the character creator would allow them to familiarize themselves with the vast array of customization options, thereby saving valuable time upon the game's official launch. This sentiment was echoed by a user who wrote, 'Having more time to create our characters means more time to jump right into the action and enjoy the game's storyline and space exploration.'

However, not all participants in the discussion supported the idea of releasing the character creator ahead of the game. Several users expressed concerns that such an early release could potentially spoil the experience of discovering and unveiling the customization options organically, preferring to be surprised by the choices available when the game finally releases.

At this point, Bethesda has not officially commented on the fan request. As Starfield's release date draws closer, it remains to be seen whether the game developer will respond to fans' demands for pre-release access to the character creator. For now, gamers eagerly await further news and updates on Starfield, set to arrive in the gaming universe in the near future.