maybe Starfield It may not be released yet, but Early Access players are already starting to discover and share the secrets contained within the large-scale RPG.
Digging into the details, the game’s Reddit community immediately identified a note that can be detected when a person reaches for the “eye.” In particular, the development team paid tribute to Alex Hay, an avid fan who had been looking forward to the game’s release, but unfortunately the wait was all he got, having lost his battle with cancer about five months ago.
Alex Hay tribute was discovered in Starfield:
To all friends and fellow explorers:
I am always with you, there in the field of stars.
Always with love.
Who was Alex Hay?
Alex Hay was a huge fan of Bethesda games and loved Morrowind, Oblivion, Skyrim, and Fallout, but he never got to play their new IP, Starfield, after he was diagnosed with lung cancer at the age of 35 and eventually passed away. Alex made a post on the Starfield subreddit shortly after the final release date was announced, informing other members of the community that he would likely never get to play the highly anticipated game.
As it turns out, Alex was unfortunately right. Finally, shortly after its publication, his death was confirmed. His post is currently one of the most popular ever on the Starfield subreddit. In fact, his story inspired many fans to create the hashtag #AlexInStarfield.
You can find his original, emotionally charged post below:
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