How to find Starfield mods that won’t disable achievements

This Seeking Tech guide will show you how to find Starfield mods from the Creation Kit that won’t turn off the ability to earn achievements.

In general, a vast majority of mods will disable achievements. The ones that don’t will have the Achievement Friendly tag on their product page. You can find the tag on the top right side of the screen.

Currently, the only mods that won’t disable achievements are the ones created by Bethesda Game Studios.

To find them, open the Category List from the Creation Kit in Starfield. Afterwards, select Bethesda Game Studios.

You should then find a list of Achievement Friendly mods, which currently include the following:

  • Ancient Mariner Module
  • Blackout Drumbeat Skin
  • Constellation Plushie Set
  • Observatory
  • Starborn Gravis Suit
  • Trackers Alliance: The Vulture

How to earn and give toasts in MultiVersus

This Seeking Tech guide will explain how you can earn, as well as give, toasts in MultiVersus.

For the uninformed, Toast is an in-game currency that you can give to other players after an online match. In order to earn it, you simply have to log into your account in MultiVersus. You will be able to earn 5 toasts daily by doing so.

If you want to toast someone, finish a match and then decline a rematch with the other player. Afterwards, you should be able to find the Toast option underneath their username in the Results screen. The number of toasts you have should appear on the top-right corner of the same screen as well.

By toasting another player, you will be giving them Fighter Currency. This is another type of in-game currency, which is used for unlocking playable characters.

How to avoid matching up with bots online in MultiVersus

This Seeking Tech guide will explain how you can avoid being matched up with bots when playing online matches in MultiVersus.

When you play online initially, you will be matched up against computer-controlled bots. This was most likely an intentional design, as the development team wants to ease new players into online matches as opposed to having them get destroyed by someone more experienced.

After you win a handful of matches against these bots, you should start getting connected to real human players.

You can tell that you are matched up with humans if they have a platform symbol attached to the end of their usernames. If this is the first time you play against another real person, then you should also earn the Matchmaker trophy and achievement as well.

It is important to note that the 1 vs. 1 and 2 vs. 2 modes are different. Therefore, you need to go through several bot matches for each mode before you can match up against real players.

There have also been reports that, if you lose a bunch of matches against real opponents, then you may get matched up with bots again during online play.

How to disable crossplay in Xbox versions of MultiVersus

This Seeking Tech guide will show you how to turn off cross-platform matchmaking in the Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X versions of MultiVersus.

1. To start off, open the Settings menu of your Xbox.

2. From there, you need to select Account, and then Privacy & online safety.

3. Over the next several screens, go to Xbox privacy > View details & customize > Communication & multiplayer.

4. FInally, set the “You can join cross-network play” setting to Block.

5. You then have to reboot the game. You can do so by opening the Guide menu and then quitting MultiVersus. Afterwards, launch the game again.

Crossplay should now be disabled.

How to change the frame rate for Fallout 4 on PS5 and Xbox Series

The latest patch for Fallout 4 changed the location of the frame rate setting for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S versions. To see how you can access it, you can check out this guide at Seeking Tech.

1. This setting can no longer be accessed from the pause menu. Instead, you need to quit your current session in order to return to the main menu.

2. From there, go to Settings > Display.

3. You should then see Frame Rate Target, which lets you set the FPRS to 30 or 60. If you have a 120 Hz screen, then you should also see an option for 40.

4. Underneath, you should see Prioritize, which lets you prioritize the graphics to either Performance for better frame rate or Visuals for better resolutions and other graphical features.

How to enable HDR in Xbox Series X and S versions of Fallout 4

The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S versions of Fallout 4 did not come with any high dynamic range at launch. This Seeking Tech guide will explain how you can enable the support for HDR.

1. If you haven’t done so already, download the latest patch for Fallout 4.

2. With the patch downloaded, make sure you have HDR10 enabled on your Xbox settings. To do so, open up the Settings App and then go to General > TV and Display Options > Video Modes.

3. Auto HDR should now be automatically applied to the game.

How to disable the dialogue camera in Starfield

Thanks to a new patch, you can now disable the first-person point of view when having conversations in Starfield. To see how you can properly do so, you can check out this guide at Seeking Tech.

1. If you haven’t done so already, make sure you download the latest patch for the game.

2. You should then open the Data Menu in Starfield and then select System > Settings > Accessibility.

3. From there, scroll down to Dialogue Camera.

4. Make sure the Dialogue Camera is set to Off.

How to access new harder difficulty settings in Starfield

The latest patch for Starfield added new difficulty options that made the game harder. This guide at Seeking Tech will show how you can access these modes.

1. If you haven’t done so already, make sure you have the latest title update installed for Starfield.

2. In the game, you can then go to Settings > Gameplay Options.

3. You should see four difficult options on top:

  • Enemy Combat Damage
  • Player Combat Damage
  • Enemy Ship Damage
  • Player Ship Damage

All of these options now include an Extreme Difficulty mode. This will make the game harder, but will give you more experience points.

4. If you scroll down, you should also see the following difficulty options:

  • Ammo Weight
  • Carry Capacity
  • Cargo Access Distance
  • Vendor Credits
  • Medical Item Healing
  • Food Healing
  • Sleep Healing
  • Sustenance
  • Combat Affliction Gain
  • Affliction Treatment

By making these elements harder, you will be able to gain more experience points as well.

How to reduce or completely disable camera shake in Hellblade 2

The camera will bob around in Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II. To see how you reduce, or completely disable, this movement, you can take a look at this guide at Seeking Tech.

1. Open up Settings from the Pause menu.

2. Next, you need to go to Gameplay.

3. You then need to select Accessibility.

4. You should now see the Camera Bob slider, which is set to 10 by default. Set it to a lower value to reduce the camera movement.

To completely disable it, set the Camera Bob setting to 0.

How to reduce or completely turn off motion blur in Hellblade 2

If you don’t like the blur effects in Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, then you can check out this Seeking Tech guide to see how you can reduce or completely disable this effect.

1. Go to the Settings menu in the game.

2. From there, select Graphics.

3. You then need to go to Accessibility.

4. Use the Motion Blur slider, which is set to a maximum value of 10 by default, to reduce this visual effect. To completely turn off this feature, set the Motion Blur setting to 0.