Since a little more than a month remains before Starfield, fans begin to hope that lifeless planets in the game will be used for future DLC. Some even hope that Bethesda will continue to support the game over the next 10 years.
Immediately after Starfield Direct, in an interview with Kinda Funny Xcast, Todd Howard said that only 10% of Starfield will be life. He said: “About 10% of these planets are life, we bring it to the limit of what people think, what planets are in this zone of Zlatovlaski compared to planets that have resources“. While some players were disappointed with this revelation, others still noted that about 100 planets full of lives were enough to occupy the players when the game was released.
Now Starfield players hope that these lifeless planets will be used for future DLC. Responding to Starfield Reddit, one player said: “A huge number of planets in Starfield could make room for DLC content, possibly a decade“. He referred to games such as Fallout New Vegas and Fallout 4, like “Some huge DLC“, And considering that”There is so much free space in Starfield that Bethesda could support this game until the next Elder Scrolls“. This opinion is shared by another user Reddit, who said: “If only 100 of 1000 planets will be some kind of life, the remaining 900 can be used for a much larger amount of DLC than it was in all games TES or FO“.
Regardless of whether these planets will be used for future DLC or not, some fans, such as Eric_t_meraki, are still convinced that “People are too fixed by 10%“. He said: “The fact that there is no life on the planet does not necessarily mean that there is nothing to do there. With the system Radiant You will definitely find what to do when research“.