Starfield has finally dropped, but guess what? No DLSS support, clunky inventory screens, and zero FOV adjustments. Bummer, right? But don’t sweat it, fellow gamers! We’ve got your back. Check out these awesome top 10 Starfield mods that’ll turn your space journey into an epic gaming saga. Buckle up, ’cause things are about to get seriously cool!
The first mod on our list, the “Starfield Upscaler,” is a game-changer for players seeking enhanced visual fidelity. This mod swaps out the in-game FSR2 with DLSS/XeSS, delivering a significant upgrade in graphics quality. Though minor tweaks may be needed for optimal performance, the stunning results are worth the effort.
Next up is the “Starfield Performance Optimizations” mod, designed to streamline your gaming experience. With a special “Potato Mode” included, this mod caters to a wide range of hardware configurations, ensuring smoother gameplay. Say goodbye to frame rate hiccups and hello to seamless exploration of the Starfield universe!
Neutral LUTs – No Color Filters
Removes the color filters from the game, making the colors more uniformly neutral with deeper blacks.
For those who prefer a more neutral and immersive gaming environment, the “Neutral LUTs” mod is a must-have. By removing intrusive color filters, this mod creates a visually balanced experience with richer blacks, allowing players to immerse themselves fully in Starfield’s captivating world.
An achievement enabler for Starfield. Stops your save from being marked as modded.
Smooth Ship Reticle (120fps Smooth UI)
This is a super simple interface tweak that lets the spaceship HUD run at up to 120fps. By default, it’s capped to 30fps which looks pretty choppy when you’re playing at anything higher than that.
For those who crave seamless gameplay and a more visually pleasing HUD, the “Smooth Ship Reticle” mod has you covered. Elevating your spaceship HUD to a silky 120fps, this tweak eliminates choppy visuals and enhances your overall Starfield experience.
Cleanfield – A No-Intro Videos And Clean Menu Fix
Sick of sitting through lengthy intro videos and cluttered menus? The “Cleanfield” mod simplifies your Starfield journey by removing intrusive intros and cleaning up the menu interface. Enjoy a smoother start to your adventures in the Starfield universe.
StarUI Inventory improves all inventory screens for the usage on PC. Compact display style. More details in sort-able columns. Item category icons. Category as left sidebar. Many Quality-of-Life features!
Streamlining your inventory management, the “StarUI Inventory” mod enhances all inventory screens on PC. With a compact display style, sortable columns, and item category icons, this mod makes managing your gear a breeze. Say hello to quality-of-life improvements!
Less distracting, more immersive, and simply a better HUD. Sneak peek of fully customizable version now available.
The “BetterHUD” mod seeks to provide a less distracting and more immersive HUD experience. With a sneak peek of a fully customizable version, this mod offers players the opportunity to tailor their interface to their liking, ensuring a more immersive journey through Starfield.
Change Your FOV!
“Starfield FOV” mod empowers players to adjust their Field of View (FOV) to their preference. Customize your perspective and immerse yourself even deeper into the Starfield universe with this invaluable mod.
Easy Digipick (Lockpick)
Allows you to ignore the Digipick minigame.
Rounding off our top 10 list is the “Easy Digipick (Lockpick)” mod, which simplifies the lockpicking process by allowing you to bypass the Digipick minigame. Enjoy a smoother and more efficient lockpicking experience, freeing up your time for more exciting adventures.
In conclusion, these top 10 Starfield mods offer a range of enhancements to elevate your gameplay experience. Whether you’re seeking improved visuals, better performance, or a more immersive interface, these mods have you covered. Dive into Starfield’s universe with these essential modifications and explore the galaxy like never before.
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