Bethesda's development team working on Starfield has indicated their receptiveness to fan feedback by considering the inclusion of detailed city maps in their highly-anticipated RPG. On September 13th, Bethesda revealed many updates for Starfield, including much-anticipated features like a customizable field-of-view slider and a streamlined food consumption system, which keeps your inventory neat. However, Bethesda's eagerness to explore the possibility of adding city maps to the game has caught the gaming community's attention.
Since its recent release, Starfield has faced criticism, particularly related to its in-game map, especially the absence of intricate city maps. Players have unfavorably compared this map to those in previous Bethesda titles like Skyrim and Fallout, which featured expansive cities with intricate geographical features.
In response to player discontent, some resourceful gamers have taken matters into their own hands by creating interactive online maps of Starfield's cities, with marked locations for shops and buildings. Bethesda is aligning itself with its player base on this matter. However, it's crucial to note that there currently needs to be a specific timeline for introducing city maps in Starfield. Bethesda's statement conveys their eagerness to incorporate this feature, leaving fans hopeful and eagerly anticipating further updates on this exciting prospect.
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