- Starfield, one of this year’s big releases, is gaining attention for its Easter eggs, which include references to famous real-life figures like Franklin D. Roosevelt, Genghis Khan, and Amanirenas.
- Players can discover a side quest in Starfield where they encounter a robot colony with clones of these historical figures. The clones closely resemble their real-life counterparts.
- The presence of historical figures adds an intriguing element to Starfield, as players can potentially obtain their outfits depending on their in-game decisions. The game continues to captivate players with its massive galaxy and numerous nods to science, literature, and pop culture.
A Starfield player has found clones of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Genghis Khan, and Amanirenas in the game. Starfield is one of this year’s big releases that has received a lot of praise. One of the aspects of Starfield that has been gaining the spotlight is the number of Easter eggs hidden in Bethesda’s new RPG.
Starfield has a significant quota of references to games, TV shows, and movies like Jurassic Park and Lord of the Rings. But the list of Starfield‘s Easter eggs goes beyond this and mentions famous real-life figures, places, and events. One such case is Starfield‘s homage to the NASA mission to Mars. Meanwhile, players can find classic books such as The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas in the game. Now, a Starfield player has found another unexpected reference, which recalls famous personalities from history.
Twitter user NikoMueller found a robot colony in Starfield with clones of President Roosevelt, Genghis Khan, and Amanirenas. According to the player, they found this side quest by coincidence while exploring the planet Charybdis III, one of the thousands of planets in Starfield. The clones have the exact appearance and clothing of Franklin D. Roosevelt, one of the US presidents who became known for creating the New Deal during the Great Depression. Genghis Khan, for his part, made history by becoming one of the most famous conquerors ever who unified Mongolia. Amanirenas was the queen of the Kingdom of Kush who became known for stopping Roman expansion in the region of Africa that is now Sudan.
The side quest found by NikoMueller draws attention to the presence of historical figures and the possibility of the player getting their outfits depending on the decisions made. On Twitter, other users found this Easter egg found by the player rather interesting. User Hey2theZeus cites as an example Skyrim, a game that is a big inspiration for Starfield, in which players were finding things years after its release. User killer6370 mentioned that this is the spirit of Bethesda, with several playing the same game and getting different adventures because of their in-game decisions.
Less than a month after its release, Starfield continues to engage players with a massive galaxy of things to explore. The Easter eggs present in the game are proof of this, as even though so many have already appeared, players continue to find nods to science, literature, and pop culture. Adding this to its enormous creative potential, Starfield has become one of this year’s biggest releases and one of the most curious games for its level of detail.
Starfield is available now on PC and Xbox Series X/S.