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Here’s what Star Wars’ most iconic ship might look like in Starfield

If you want to bring A Galaxy Far, Far Away to your Starfield save on Xbox or PC, here's what Star Wars' Millennium Falcon might look like in Starfield.

Starfield Star Wars Millennium Falcon: an image of Han Solo and a woman from the RPG

The long wait for Bethesda’s Starfield is finally almost over and hype levels are at an all-time high. From what we’ve seen so far, this could be one of the best RPG games we’ve ever played. If you want to make sure you’re zipping between Starfield planets in style, you may be interested to learn that someone has edited Star Wars’ Millennium Falcon in Starfield – using components and parts we’ve seen in official gameplay footage and trailers – to offer us a real look at what this iconic ship could look like in-game.

Ahead of the Starfield release date, dedicated fan ‘QuirkyKlyborg‘ has thrown together a fantastic edit using Starfield Direct footage to show what building Star Wars’ most iconic ship – the Millennium Falcon – would look like using officially-revealed Starfield ship customization options. It might not be the nicest-looking Starfield ship we’ve ever seen, but it has got it where it counts; oh, and it’s just really cool?

As you can see for yourself below, from the top-mounted Quad Laser to the asymmetrical cockpit housing, there’s clearly some attention to detail in this edited build – which, when considering the limited assets and images there are to use, is really incredible. However, it’s clearly not going to look exactly like the ship from Star Wars.

It’s also worth noting that, in this case, the boarding ramp is on the wrong side of the ship. In reality, the Millennium Falcon’s boarding ramp is located much closer to the cockpit.

The Millenium Falcon… in Starfield! Some digital "kitbashing" with assets from the Direct. Let me know what you think!
by u/QuirkyKlyborg in Starfield

If you want to build this ship yourself, you should manage your expectations. We just don’t know if something like this is possible in Starfield’s ship-builder yet. As the post itself explains, this is a bit of “digital kitbashing” – a process in which you make a new model from random parts of other models, not necessarily designed to go together.

Although, we’re certainly hoping you can build something similar – at least. As you can see in the relevant section of the Starfield Direct below, the grid-based ship-builder looks like it will offer players quite a lot of freedom when it comes to design. In fact, that sandwich-obsessed Starfield dev has made a huge Subway spaceship using it.

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This event in Starfield history is one of the most Star Wars moments ever and, with any luck, you’ll be able to create your own exciting moments inspired by A Galaxy Far, Far Away with a ship not-too-dissimilar to something like the Millennium Falcon. We can’t promise that you’ll be able to clear the Kessel Run any quicker than Han Solo, though. Starfield’s ship-building is going to be a late-game activity, too – primarily because it’s going to cost a lot of money.

Starfield might be one of the most hotly anticipated upcoming Xbox games we’ve ever seen, but is it really going to be one of the best Xbox RPG games available when it drops? Well, it’s hard to say for certain ahead of the Starfield early access period and a chance to get hands-on with the game. However, from what we’ve seen so far, we could very-well be looking at one of the best games of all time. The fact that Al Pacino is the key to this exciting Starfield quest should be enough evidence of that, really.

Still looking for more? While a good Starfield wiki can be a handy source of information, our new Starfield Database goes further, offering you daily news, searchable databanks, and even interactive tools.