If you want to Rename your Ship in Starfield, you need to pay a visit to a ship services technician at any spaceport. This is true whether you’re unhappy with the name you originally chose (maybe Shippy McShipface seemed funny at the time), or whether you’ve simply decided that it’s time for your vessel to have a new name. During the process of customizing your ship in Starfield, you will need to navigate through several vendor sub-menus.
This may seem like a step that would be relatively easy to complete, but in reality, it is a bit of a hassle because it requires you to do so. In addition to this, you need to make sure that the ship is actually registered to you; otherwise, you won’t be able to give it a different name. Keeping all of that in mind, the following is a walkthrough of the menus for modifying your Starfield ship that explains how to change its name.
How to Rename your Ship
- When players arrive at New Atlantis in the Jemison System for the first time, a Ship Services Technician will talk to them. Ship Services Technicians let players change their ships’ names and make changes to them.
- Talk to the technician and choose “I want to look at and change my ships.”
- On the first screen, choose Ship Builder.
- Choose Flight Check from the menu.
- Now, press the X button on the controller to choose Rename Ship.
- Now, players can give their ship a new name.
- Confirm the new name, then click “Exit.”
- This is free for players to do.
Ship Renaming Restrictions and Guidelines
- Ship names must be between 6 and 14 characters long.
- Ship names cannot contain any special characters, including spaces.
- Ship names cannot contain any profanity or offensive language.
- Choose a name that is meaningful to you and that you will enjoy seeing when you are flying your ship.
- Avoid using generic names or names that are too similar to other ship names.
- Choose a name that is easy to pronounce and remember.
|Minimum Requirements||Recommended Requirements|
|OS: Windows 10 version 19044||OS: Windows 10 version 19044|
|CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 (3.2 GHz) or AMD Ryzen 5 1600 (3.2 GHz)||CPU: Intel Core i7-9700K (3.6 GHz) or AMD Ryzen 7 3700X (3.6 GHz)|
|RAM: 12 GB||RAM: 32 GB|
|GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB or AMD Radeon RX 5700||GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 8GB or AMD Radeon RX 6800|
|Storage: 70 GB||Storage: 150 GB|
|DirectX: Version 12||DirectX: Version 12|
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Renaming Your Ship in Multiplayer Mode
In the multiplayer mode of Starfield, there is no option to change the name of your ship. This is due to the fact that your ship is connected to your account, and in multiplayer mode, your account is what is used to identify you to other players. If you were able to rename your ship while playing in multiplayer mode, it would be possible for multiple players to have ships with the same name. This would likely result in confusion and mayhem among the players.
However, there are a few different ways that you can get around this limitation if you choose to use one of the workarounds. You might, for instance, append a one-of-a-kind identifier to the end of your ship’s name, such as your gamertag or your username. You could also give your multiplayer character a ship name that is different from the one you use for your single-player character if you so choose.
It also have the option of switching the ship you use in the single-player mode to the one you use in the multiplayer mode. If you want to have a ship that is only used in the multiplayer mode of the game or if you want to use a different type of ship in the multiplayer mode, this could be a good option for you.
Although it may sound strange referring to an inanimate object as ‘she’, this tradition relates to the idea of a female figure such as a mother or goddess guiding and protecting a ship and crew. Another idea is that in many languages, objects are referred to using feminine or masculine nouns.
The 3×2 is the largest ship size available in the game. It is constructed out of 6 tile sizes and has a maximum capacity for a combination of System Cores that equals 72 System Points. This number represents the maximum amount of System Points that a ship can possess. Simply clicking on the ship’s name in the menu on the top left will reveal its number of System points as well as its Core Points.
Therefore, the practice of giving genders to things that are inanimate and referring to them in the third person as “she” is an old one. On the other hand, this method is very typical of the Western world because the pronoun “he” is used to refer to a vessel in most of the Middle Eastern countries.