Starfield Players Exhibit Creativity With Unique Spaceship Designs

Starfield players have been showcasing their creativity by recreating iconic designs such as The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie's Patty Wagon.

A certain player's recreation of the Patty Mobile from The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie in the Starfield universe has been garnering attention. Starfield, a game that lets players explore diverse star systems and planets, boasts a feature that allows players to build their own ships provided they have enough credits. This has given rise to a myriad of innovative spaceships.

Bringing the Patty Wagon to Starfield

The recreated Patty Wagon stands a tad unconventional as it allows its users to cross the last frontier in a sandwich. The design is fairly simple, comprising layers of cargo boxes that represent the patty, buns, lettuce, and cheese. The Patty Wagon, devoid of missiles and ballistics and rather weak on the engine power and shields front, boasts quite a bit of storage room, making it suitable for delivery missions.

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Revisiting SpongeBob's Patty Wagon

The design steered by the player is based on the Patty Wagon from The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. The movie has SpongeBob and Patrick set off to Shell City in a giant Krabby Patty-shaped car to retrieve Neptune's crown. When Patrick comments about SpongeBob not possessing a driver's license, SpongeBob retorts with, 'You don't need a license to drive a sandwich.'

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Unleashing creativity with pop culture recreations

The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie-inspired Patty Wagon isn't the only famous pop culture icon to find representation in Starfield. Players have recreated classic designs like the Star Wars' Millennium Falcon, Batman's Batwing, and even more unconventional choices like the Titanic and Pokemon Bulbasaur.

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