The hype for Starfield is through the roof and players are preparing for its release in September. However, now some fans are concerned about a detail that was recently revealed by the ESRB, the ratings agency for games by age in the United States.
What happens is that the ESRB registration details that the game will have internal purchases. Some players believe that this is a clear reference to possible micropayments, but the reality is that for now there are no real reasons to be concerned.
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Players should not be alarmed for now, as the information provided by the ESRB usually appears in most modern releases. On the other hand, the data is not enough to know what kind of internal purchases Starfield will offer and, of course, there is already a lot of speculation about it.
The ESRB could only refer to the sale of possible DLC, as it happens in other Bethesda games. The community is also thinking about the possible sale of cosmetic items, but many believe this is unlikely.
The theory with the most support is related to the Creation Club of Bethesda, where modders can sell content. However, the presence of this program in Starfield has not been confirmed for now.
Due to all this, some players are worried as they fear the worst. On the other hand, fans of Xbox and Bethesda called for calm, because they think that there is no reason to worry or create a controversy on the subject.
Starfield was rated M (17+) for the presence of gore, violence, drug use, suggestive themes, and more detail. Below you can see an image of the classification:
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Starfield will arrive on Xbox Series X | S and PC on September 6. Find more news about the title at this link.
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