Why I Think Starfield Is Set In Our Reality / Solar System





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Judging by the practical design of the spacecraft we see in the trailer, I believe that Starfield will be set within our reality. What do you think?

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40 thoughts on “Why I Think Starfield Is Set In Our Reality / Solar System

  1. Ever since I saw the trailer, my attention has been drawn to how rel-life like the spacecraft looks, and this got me thinking – Is Starfield set in our real world reality?
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  2. also it doesnt look like any planets in our solar system and another solarsystem would have different constelations of stars becouse its in a different area in the galaxy.

  3. Everything we've ever known and imagined has been of human design. Everything in sci-fi movies was imagined by a human brain. Who really knows what an alien species would come up with.

  4. I personally don't think that this will be our reality but it will still have humans like any other BGS game. As for what planet this would be if it is set in our universe it would have to be Jupiter's moon of Titan as it's the only other rock that we know has bodies of liquid methane.

  5. I would like to point out that they must have some sort of artificial gravity technology in this world, considering the way that figure was walking around the corridor. So they don't rely on centrifugal force for gravity, and they're probably a good bit more advanced than we are now.

  6. Oh, you're from Aussieland?! Hmm, makes sense I guess. I thought you were British but now that I know I can definitely hear the difference in your accent. ( ,'3

  7. Well… Todd said the two main takeaway's should be location and tone, and based on tone, it reminded me most of the original Star Wars movies, crossed with 2001: A Space Odyssey which does sort of aim for realism in it's tone/asthetic.

    Plus Todd and also Pete I beleive, have said it's very much the style of Sci-Fi that 'excites' and/or is most interesting to the team. Personally that sort of, near future with a hint of Science-Fantasy and not just Fiction style is what's most exciting to me because it's so, tangible; it feels like we could reach it technologically within our life-time.

    So yeah. Tottally plausible. As excited as I am for TES6, I'm also really interested to see what the team comes up with for Sci-Fi! 🙂

  8. I believe that the view of the teaser is actual from a first person perspective, hinting at the perspective in game, if you notice there is dirt on the presumed face shield of the helmet that stays onscreen as the shot pans downward, indicating that its on the actual thing viewing the scene, and the word "constellation" I feel is a reflection off the suit worn by the player character on the inside of the face shield, possibly a company logo on the collar of the suit or something.

  9. Maybe this space station is Starfields equivalent of TES's being a prisoner or Fallout's vault, and from now on every game will start with a human from earth being on a station like this, getting spirited away to parts unknown, and having to learn about all the alien stuff firsthand so we'll be learning about this stuff alongside them.

  10. Even if this matches a real planet it shouldn't confirm anything.
    the model of Masser, the big moon in TES, is just a flipped and recolored real life picture of mars.
    Great vid m8

  11. If it was any planet or moon beyond mars, then the sun would appear waaay too big and bright. Any closer than Venus and the opposite would be true.

    I don’t imagine they would place star field in our own solar system.. i feel it would limit their creative opportunity. I imagine that IF it is set in this reality/universe, it would be FAR away and probably a different time.
    I am a science enthusiast and I am so so excited and Happy Star Field is happening!!

  12. So, I think it’s clear that the shot is from the perspective of an individual approaching this station and planet on some sort of vessel which is why there are some reflections on the inside of the glass as they approach.

  13. Seeing that zoomed in picture of the spacecraft/station makes me realize it is actually much bigger than I first thought it would be. You can make out where space ships would come up and dock with it and that doesn't take into account the humanoid figure you mentioned. Maybe it is more of a not to distant future setting.

  14. Did anyone notice that the solar panels were opening up before the flash. As well as the effects at the begining of the trailer give the impression that your looking through a window. Possibly on a ship or another station.

  15. This is the best Starfield trailer analysis I have seen so far.

    The worlds are procedurally generated with some custom content placed in between to drive the main story. I agree this will be similar to No Man's Sky but each planet will look much more beautiful and realistic. Imagine the graphics of The Elder Scrolls 6 teaser in each planet you will visit in this game, with many environmental variations of course.

    Starfield will be a big hit, and Bethesda will redefine procedurally generated content the same way the redefined open world games with Morrowind and Oblivion.

  16. Maybe it says constipation. We're trying to flee the solar system because mankind has been constipated and we need to find the ultimate laxative.

    Anyway. The planet has water on it, it looks like. And it isn't earth. So I don't know how it can be our solar system. It does look less fantasy though than other Bethesda titles as you said. And what isn't a fantasy is again, constipation. It's a real problem for real people. That argument goes full circle, just like the logo of Starfield™ which makes it a likely possibility.

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