Starfield Constellation Edition

The Constellation Edition of Starfield is the priciest version you can get, but it also comes with the most stuff, including the Chronomark watch and case. Obviously, this is going to be a huge draw for collectors of different stripes, as well as people who are super-excited about the game. But is it worth the asking price? Hopefully, this guide will help you make an informed decision. Let’s dive in!

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starfield constellation edition
Starfield Constellation Edition

Starfield Constellation Edition Contents and Price

First off, the price of the Constellation Edition of Starfield is pretty high, but the contents you get in the package do at least somewhat justify it. This version of the game costs three hundred dollars, or your local equivalent. Might even be more expensive, depending on your country. That’s really a lot. And you can only purchase it in physical form; it doesn’t come digitally. That’s because you are paying for actual items, such as a watch and watch case, plus a credit stick with the game code laser-etched into it. Is it worth it? Well, here’s a full list of everything you get. Your call from there.

  • Base game
  • Old Mars Skin Pack (pre-order bonus)
  • Five days early access (pre-order bonus)
  • Constellation Skin Pack (includes Equinox Laser, Helmet, Spacesuit and Boost Pack)
  • Digital artbook & original soundtrack
  • Shattered Space story expansion (available upon release)
  • Steelbook display case
  • Constellation patch
  • Starfield Chronomark watch and case
  • Credit Stick with laser-etched game code

So, that’s the price and the contents of the Starfield Constellation Edition. You’ll be able to purchase it from participating retailers, or straight from Bethesda’s website. A word of caution, though: I know that this edition can seem pretty inviting to some of you. Maybe you are really excited for Starfield and want to get the “ultimate” version of it. However, I urge you to remember the scandal of the Fallout 76 bags. I’m not saying that Bethesda will make another gaffe of such proportions, but I am saying that it’s not impossible. Buyer beware.

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