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Starfield, an upcoming video game, has captured the attention of gamers worldwide, emerging as one of the most highly anticipated titles of the year. The allure of Starfield lies not only in its expansive nature, boasting a staggering array of over 1,000 worlds awaiting exploration, but also in the breathtakingly realistic visuals that have been unveiled thus far. However, this technological marvel comes at a price: the game will be limited to a framerate of 30 frames-per-second.

This limitation has not been well-received by certain fans who firmly believe that contemporary games should adhere to a 60FPS standard. In fact, one passionate fan has taken matters into their own hands by initiating a petition on, urging Bethesda Game Studios to incorporate a 60FPS performance mode into Starfield.

The petition, launched on June 12, has garnered 155 signatures at the time of this recording. The petitioner pleads their case, expressing disappointment at the missed opportunity to experience Starfield at 60 frames-per-second, even if it means compromising some graphical quality. They acknowledge the immense potential of the game, speculating that it could even contend for the prestigious title of "Game of the Year." It is their heartfelt plea that Bethesda includes a performance mode to enhance the gaming experience.

A considerable number of signatories share this sentiment, with one ardent supporter even advocating for a higher framerate of 90 frames-per-second at 1080p, asserting that players deserve a seamless and fluid gameplay experience.

In response to the mounting requests, Bethesda director Todd Howard offered an explanation for the decision to cap Starfield at 30FPS. Shortly after the Starfield Direct showcase last month, he emphasized their commitment to crafting vast, immersive open worlds with unparalleled levels of detail and dynamism. Howard highlighted that the game will run at 4K resolution on the Xbox Series X and 1440p on the Xbox Series S, and the choice to lock the framerate at 30FPS ensures that players can fully appreciate the visual fidelity without any compromises.

Fans eagerly await the release of Starfield on September 6, and pre-orders are now available. Additionally, the game will be included as part of the Xbox Game Pass on its launch day, providing subscribers immediate access to this highly anticipated interstellar adventure.

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