Starfield player builds BLT spaceship to become a true sandwich pirate

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Some sandwiches in Starfield.
Credit: Bethesda.

Most of the hardcore Bethesda fans who’ve invested thousands of hours into Skyrim and Fallout 4 couldn’t wait for the chance to start digging into Starfield.

No matter whether you paid for early access to the game, or have joined the party following its full release, odds are, if you’ve likely been spending plenty of time honing your character’s skills as you explore the galaxy and getting up to wacky interstellar hijinks.

One aspect of the game that’s proven very popular so far are its spaceship building mechanics, which boast the potential to create everything from a perfect recreation of the Millennium Falcon to Thomas the Tank Engine. Or in the case of the latest cool craft to pop up on Reddit, your lunch.

Have you managed to build a ship shaped like your favourite snack in Starfield?

The ship in question is captained by user BulletTheoryN7, who’s shared a restaurant menu-worthy picture of it to the Starfield subreddit, declaring “For the Sandwich Pirates! The BLT!”

Naturally, their fellow spacers, many of whom likely also enjoyed hearing about Bethesda Game Studios Producer Jamie Mallory’s food-based folly prior to the game’s release, love the ship, with several having suggested alternative names for it.

Arguably the best of these, assuming BulletTheoryN7 plans on joining up with either the Freestar Rangers or the UC Vanguard, came from user FleaBagMcCole, who dubbed the craft “The Patty Wagon.”

If you’re hoping to recreate the build for yourself, it looks as though the key is to paint the majority of your ship’s habs, plus its cockpit, with a suitably meaty hue and line them up horizontally. Then, you have to deposit some veg-coloured Nova bracers atop them, then add some more structural parts painted to resemble more filling, and then the bread of the sandwich.

That said, there are doubtless more secrets required to exactly mimic this build, such as where to hide important parts like the grav drive and reactor, which wouldn’t necessarily fit the design’s aesthetic.


Regardless of whether you’re now making your name as the fearsome Deli Devil of the Settled Systems by relieving a helpless ship of its canteen supplies, make sure to follow us for lots of guides to Starfield’s world, mechanics, and quests.

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