This Fan Just Turned Starfield Into Star Wars By Installing Over 100 Dedicated Mods

And this is before the launch of official mod creation kit.

Story Highlights

  • The YouTuber DeityVengy has turned Starfield into a Star Wars RPG with the help of mods.
  • The title looks like it’s from The Mandalorian, featuring custom NPCs, AT-ST, and more.
  • The gameplay has fully changed with mods that were created without the official mod kit.

As caught by Rebs Gaming on Twitter, the YouTuber DeityVengy has turned Starfield into the dream open-world Star Wars RPG we’ve always desired. He achieved the feat by installing over 100 mods with the right aesthetic. The YouTube video dives deeply into the main list of mods that were used, alongside the detailed setup guide and combat gameplay. The modded game looks like it’s from The Mandalorian, with custom NPCs and more. 

YouTube video

It is worth noting that the Starfield mod pack is far from done and is still a huge work in progress. The YouTuber claims that he is currently in the process of adding mods daily that suit his taste. Regardless, you can take a look at the main and manually installed mods by visiting the video’s description. You’ll also find a Google Drive download link for the custom mod files there.

Starfield Modders Could Breathe A New Life Into The Game

Bethesda’s new IP proved to be a hit or miss for many players. However, many often underestimate the AAA space-faring experience. It was the only single-player game to appear in the top ten average MAU list last year, despite losing over 97% of its entire playerbase. Now, Modders could completely revitalize the title, especially when the official mod creation kit comes out in the future.

Starfield has captivating visuals and scenery spread throughout the explorable cosmos | Image Source: Steam
Starfield has captivating visuals and scenery spread throughout the explorable cosmos | Image Source: Steam

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Starfield came out on September 6, 2023, for the Xbox Series X|S and PC. eXputer’s Asad Ahmed reviewed the RPG and gave it an adequate 3/5 rating. He enjoyed the in-depth character creator, astounding visuals, and the expansive universe but found a couple of faults in the story and gameplay.

If you have yet to explore the various ecosystems in Starfield, then I highly recommend catching up to speed by reading our all Skill Tree guide for a better experience. 

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