Most of the hardcore Bethesda RPG fans who’ve invested thousands of hours into Skyrim and Fallout 4 can't wait for the release of Starfield, which we now know won’t be too close to the arrival of Fallout London.
These would-be interstellar explorers got plenty of fresh answers regarding what to expect from their trip to space at last month’s Starfield Direct, which featured everything from an array of spaceship interiors, to detailed data about some of the game’s planets, and even the Adoring Fan.
While some have since been discussing what can reasonably be expected from its early modding scene or adding to a massive document that contains all of the pre-release info you could ever need to know, one fan has managed to put together an impressive 3D render of one of the game’s guns.
Are you excited to wield futuristic weapons as you explore the cosmos in Starfield?
The would-be astronaut in question, Reddit user Lazureus, has shared the finished version of their creation, an amazing 3D render of the Refined Eon Pistol shown at a couple of points during June’s Starfield deep dive.
Revealing that they’ve previously made a render of Mass Effect’s Raikou pistol, but wanted to try one based on a newer release, Lazureus explained: “That’s when the Starfield Direct showcase came out, and there (were) just enough views of the Eon pistol that I felt that I could make an attempt at getting a prop (version of it) done BEFORE the release of (the) game.”
Having started working on the project just before the end of June, they’ve been posting regular updates on their progress to a dedicated thread on the forums of RPF, a website dedicated to the creation of models, costumes and props based on franchises like Star Wars and Halo.
“I feel I am able to get it (about) 80% accurate at this point,” Lazureus revealed, adding: “I will be making a second prop (after Starfield’s) release, when (I’ll be able to) gather the rest of the information (about the gun that I need).”
They also plan to 3D print the gun after making some changes to the recycling logo on its battery.