Custom glass textures to create a more realistic surface. From a flatter normal map to reduced surface noise, Stellar Glass will bring a little more realism to your environment.
Just a few custom assets to take away that wavy, lump, dirty glass look. I consider calling this Dirt Begone (to follow my Cyberpunk mods) but it didn’t feel like much dirt was being removed. So… it’s stellar!
NOTE: Assets for Starfield are loaded from your user Documents folder.
1. Download and Extract Files to the following locations:
Steam Users: Extract files to %userprofile%\Documents\My Games\Starfield
GamePass Users: Extract files to C:\Xbox Games\Starfield\Content
2. Configure INI to Load Loose Files
In the same directory you extracted files to in the previous step, you may find a file named StarfieldCustom.ini.
If the file doessn’t exist, you must create it using a text editor. Add the following lines to this file:
Mod Manager (Vortex) Installation:
1. Disable the message of the day by adding bEnableMessageOfTheDay=0 to your StarfieldCustom.ini in the [General] section.
The MoTD is saved in the Documents\My Games\Starfield\Data folder so we need to turn it off since we will remove that folder.
2. Move the contents of your …Documents\My Games\Starfield\Data folder to the Steam install at …Steam\steamapps\common\Starfield\Data folder.
3. Delete the Data folder in Documents\My Games\Starfield.
4. Add sPhotoModeFolder=Photos to your Starfield.ini in the [Display] section. (This needs to go in your game install directory, not in your documents!)
That should do it. If you launch the game and the Data folder reappears in your documents folder, you’ve done something wrong. Make sure the bEnableMessageOfTheDay=0 is UNDER [General] in your StarfieldCustom.ini located in your Documents folder. Then delete the data folder from your documents folder and run game again.