Starfield, Bethesda’s highly anticipated space exploration game, has taken the gaming world by storm with its immersive universe and engaging gameplay. As with many popular games, modders have wasted no time in enhancing the Starfield experience by bringing in elements from other beloved franchises, such as Star Wars. In this article, we’ll explore one such mod that replaces the uniforms of the United Colonies (UC) police on the main planet with iconic Stormtrooper armor from the Star Wars universe.
Star Wars Mods for Starfield
The Starfield mod we’re discussing here is a creative endeavor that transforms the appearance of UC police within the game. As of now, the mod primarily focuses on replacing the UC police uniform models with Stormtrooper armor. While this may seem like a small change, it adds a touch of the Star Wars universe to Starfield, making it a must-have for fans of both franchises.
It’s worth noting that this mod employs an experimental mesh import tool, created by the modder, to bring the Stormtrooper armor into Starfield. Due to its experimental nature, there may be some issues, but the modder is actively seeking feedback to improve the mod’s performance and stability.
How to Get and Install Star Wars Mod For Starfield
Download the Mod from Nexus’s official website.
Star Wars ModFor Starfield Download
Before diving into the Star Wars-themed adventure in Starfield, you’ll need to install the mod correctly. There are two installation methods outlined by the modder:
- Documents Install
- Navigate to your documents folder, then “My Games\Starfield” (usually found at C:\Users\USERNAME\Documents\My Games\Starfield).
- Extract the ‘Data’ folder from the mod’s zip file into the Starfield folder.
- If you haven’t already, create a file called “StarfieldCustom.ini” in the same folder and add the following lines to it:
[Archive] bInvalidateOlderFiles=1 sResourceDataDirsFinal=
Game Directory Install
- Locate your Starfield game folder and extract the ‘Data’ folder from the mod’s zip file into this folder.
- Then, go back to your documents folder, specifically “My Games\Starfield” (C:\Users\USERNAME\Documents\My Games\Starfield).
- Create a file called “StarfieldCustom.ini” if it doesn’t exist already and add the following lines to it:
[Archive] bInvalidateOlderFiles=1 sResourceDataDirsFinal= [General] bEnableMessageOfTheDay=0
The modder recommends the ‘Documents Install’ method for a smoother experience. However, the ‘Game Directory Install’ method is also available for those who prefer it, though it comes with potential complications related to mod compatibility.