If you are installed Starfield mod, achievements will be disabled. But thanks to recently released mod, that’s changed.
Starfield mod that enables back your achievements
If you are playing Bethesda game and installed mods with using console commands or anything like that, the game disables achievements. But that issue is solved with another mod. There are currently two such fixes available, with the original one being the Achievement Enabler.
This mod requires the Ultimate ASI Loader, an open source tool for injecting custom libraries into any game process running on Windows. While that dependency makes its slightly more complicated to install than its sole alternative, this mod is currently the only way to re enable achievements on the UWP version of Starfield, which is the one that’s distributed via Xbox Game Pass and Microsoft Store.
Meanwhile, Steam users can also leverage the Baka Achievement Enabler to achieve the same result in a more straightforward manner. This mod also comes with a dependency in the form of Starfield Script Extender, but anyone looking to mod Bethesda’s space faring RPG in the near future is likely to end up with SFSE on their computer anyway.
Namely, SFSE is currently shaping up to be the best stopgap solution for Starfield modders wanting to introduce new scripted events and other functionality to the game before Bethesda releases its much anticipated Creation Kit.
All past 3D RPGs from the studio spawned similar script extenders in their early days, with most of those tools remaining popular even after their respective games received official modding toolkits. And while it remains to be seen when Starfield’s Creation Kit hits the market, Bethesda’s track record with mod support suggests the wait will be between three and six months long.
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Once that key tool is out, there will be a lot of Starfield mod around here.
Starfield is available now for PC and Xbox Series X/S.