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Starfield's Trackers Alliance Is The Key To Fixing The Game's Biggest Problem

Alongside adding the Creation Kit and letting players upload their officially supported mods for both PC and Xbox, 's 1.12.30 update also added the option to join the Trackers Alliance. The Trackers Alliance is a bounty hunter group situated in Akila City that posts on various mission boards across the Settled Systems, making their bounties available to outsiders looking to make a quick buck or build a reputation through bounty hunting.

Currently, there are two Trackers Alliance missions available in the base version of : "" in which players first meet with the leader of the group, Agent No. 1, at their headquarters, and a bounty called "" which serves as an introductory test for a new candidate before they can join the Trackers Alliance, where they must track down Hannibal Eutropio and apprehend him for his crimes. As well as miscellaneous repeatable bounty hunting missions, Bethesda also added another main bounty quest called "" via Creations in which players must track down a veteran sniper from the Colony War who has since become a mercenary.

could be purchased for 700 Creation Points, which equates to roughly $7. This proved to be controversial among fans, leading to an onslaught of negative reviews, as not only was $7 for one single mission deemed incredibly steep, but there was no option to just pay this amount, with players having to buy at least 1000 Creation Points for $10 to buy the mission.

Starfield was less violent than some past Bethesda RPGs, but some players still hope that mods could bring combat closer to that of Fallout 4.

Ultimately, the Trackers Alliance is a group that sets out to hunt criminals at the moment, and can therefore be deemed morally good. These missions currently work much like the bounties in or the Cyberpsycho missions in, where players have a choice to use non-lethal or lethal tactics to remove the threat, but will receive rewards regardless.

In the case of both aforementioned examples, there could be a higher payout for

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