Save Big On Starfield And Get A Free Game On Launch Day

Both the standard and Premium editions of Starfield are on sale at Fanatical.

Bethesda's Starfield has finally dropped out of hyperspace. The standard edition released today, September 6, on the heels of the Premium edition's launch last week. Easily one of the biggest game releases of the year, Starfield combines space exploration with high levels of customization to create an intriguing adventure in space.

Game Pass subscribers already have access to Starfield--and there are some pretty great deals on Game Pass right now--but if you're not a subscriber or want to play on Steam, you can save on launch day. PC digital copies of Starfield--the standard and Premium Edition--are on sale right now for a nice discount.

At Fanatical, use promo code FANATICAL17 while checking out to get the standard edition of Starfield for $58 and the Premium Edition for $83. Plus, you'll receive a 5%-off coupon code for a future order and a free "highly rated" Steam game.

Starfield PC launch deal

The Premium edition comes with a digital art book and soundtrack, the Shattered Space expansion story when it releases, and the Constellation Skin Pack, which adds a new look for the Equinox laser rifle, spacesuit, helmet and boost pack to your inventory.

It's worth noting that Starfield is an Xbox Play Anywhere title, so you can buy one copy from the Xbox Store to play on Xbox Series X|S and PC.

If you want the Premium edition content as a Game Pass subscriber, retailers such as Amazon and Best Buy have the Premium Upgrade Edition with a steelbook case and Constellation patch.

Meanwhile, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate three-month subscriptions come with a free Starfield mystery gift at Best Buy.

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