Starfield: Bethesda Game's Latest Release
Starfield, Bethesda game's latest release, debuted with a fantastic display of creativity from its players. Among the numerous ship-builder creations surfaced an astonishing addition – Thomas the Tank Engine. This highlights the fun and novelty that Bethesda games routinely offer to their userbase.
Starfield game, despite being in its infancy, has emerged as Bethesda’s most successful launch in history. It has already amassed over 6 million total players, attracted more than 1 million concurrent players, and earned the top spot on Twitch.
The game has seen a vibrant modding landscape with players exploiting hilarious ways to bend its rules, like basket-based theft maneuvers and achievement collection with mods active. Most notably, the community has become fond of integrating the beloved children's character Thomas the Tank Engine into Bethesda games using the ship-builder feature. A player demonstrated that even console players can participate in creating unique experiences in the game by including Thomas the Tank Engine in their designs.
Thomas, the Tank Engine
The character, Thomas, a renowned locomotive from a kids TV series, has previously made appearances in other Bethesda games, like a memorable Skyrim mod, and even in FromSoftware's Elden Ring as a mount for the Tree Sentinel. However, the Starfield version of Thomas doesn’t demand any modding capabilities, indicating that a blend of correct ship parts and creativity can go a long way in the game.
Despite Thomas the Tank Engine's fame in his original series as a 'very useful engine', his combat abilities in Starfield haven’t been displayed so far. However, this hasn't prevented the game community from praising the fun addition. 'This might be the best ship build I’ve seen yet and that includes the meta-builds,' a user expressed, warmly welcoming the new Starfield Thomas.
The desire to integrate the beloved Thomas character into video games seems to be a recurring trend among gamers. It has always led to entertaining outcomes and sparked pleasurable gameplay experiences. Besides Thomas, fans have recreated other fantastic creations using the Starfield’s ship-builder feature, producing marvels inspired by 'Star Wars', 'Batman', and 'Futurama'.