Starfield fans wish Bethesda took a page from the Cyberpunk playbook of loading screens

Starfield fans wish Bethesda took a page from the Cyberpunk playbook of loading screens

We get it, no one is breaking any new ground by comparing Starfield to Cyberpunk. It’s not just the fact they both got content drops around the same time and have visual and gameplay similarities in some places. The reason this comparison is happening today is because Starfield has something Cyberpunk doesn’t—loading screens.

That’s right, loading screens are just a part of gaming. A month removed from its launch, however, Starfield players are beginning to feel like there are just too many. One Starfield fan shared their thoughts on Reddit, noting at least five different locations where it made little sense to include a loading screen. But Bethesda still opted for this route, resulting in various levels of annoyance.


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