Starfield fans think that those realistic sandwiches that have appeared in past glimpses of the game could throw the galaxy into economic anarchy. We tell you this curious theory.
Starfield It will arrive on September 6 on Xbox Series X | S and PC after many years of waiting. The expectations are for the stars, so the fans are analyzing each detail that is shown with the aim of knowing in depth the game.
Bethesda’s new role proposal will offer all kinds of systems and the economy of the galaxy will be one of the most complexalthough it seems that it has been structured in a somewhat strange way that has made future players smile.
And it is that Starfield’s economy could be thrown into chaos because of… a sandwich. Surely you saw those sandwiches in a game trailer… Well, these could be the key to getting rich and traveling through space.
Not too long ago, it was pointed out in StarfieldDB that the value of Starfield’s first ship is 7350 credits, while a Salami Sandwich costs 75 credits. The equation is easy and it is that with 98 sandwiches you could get a spaceship.
And now, Reddit user Mr_Twiddles shared that the most gourmet sandwich in the game known as the Patty Melt costs 295 credits, which causes another curious correlation as that to buy a ship of 19,000 credits you would need about 64 units of this appetizer.
Far and reddit
Starfield’s economy is still a mystery
The truth is that the economy of Starfield would be really curious if we take these calculations into account, something that seems to be true, since the ships shown so far range from 13,000 to 47,000 credits.
Of course, this is all kidding, since games like Skyrim also allowed you to get rich in the most absurd ways possible, but of course we made a clear conclusion and that is that in the Starfield galaxy you have to invest in sandwiches.
Be that as it may, it is to be hoped that Bethesda You will have established a system that makes sense within the game in context.
Remember that Starfield will arrive on September 6 at Xbox Series X|S and PC. Did you know that Microsoft calculated that Starfield and Indiana Jones would sell 10 million on PlayStation, but it was worth it to make them exclusive to Xbox?