After racking up 20 hours in the game, along with probably half that in viewing reviews and podcasts about Starfield, it's clear there's lots to say about this game. While it shares some things in common with both Elder Scrolls and Fallout, Starfield is also distinct from them. It looks, sounds and plays differently. It won't be to everyone's liking, the first few hours can be rough going then it takes off. How many of the 10 million players made it to the good stuff? https://www.videogameschronicle.com...ion-players-is-bethesdas-biggest-launch-ever/ We'll probably never know but the biggest variable factor in this game is the individual experience. What you do and how you do it and where, in a vast galaxy.