Todd Howard promises some planets will be boring

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In an interview, Todd Howard, Director of Games and Executive Producer at Bethesda Game Studios, spoke about the Starfield universe and more than 1,000 planets. His promise: Some planets will surely be boring. But there is also good news.

Yesterday we received a statement for you from Todd Howard, Game Director and Executive Producer at Bethesda Game Studios The vast universe of Starfield. The new fantasy role-playing game from developers Elder Scrolls and Fallout Get more handcrafted content than any other Bethesda game to date. Below we have some additions for you.

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Boring planets are only a part of it

in one Interview with IGN The lead developer explained that more than 1,000 planets from Starfield were procedurally generated. According to Howard, this has always happened in Bethesda. A large part of Skyrim was created in this way. Landscapes are procedurally created, after which manually designed systems and content are added or things are specifically adapted.

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