Thousands of them.
Starfield is full of exciting adventures and great quests. But if, for some reason, it's all too stale for you, you could try testing the limits of its physics by spawning thousands of objects and making them fly and just roll around everywhere.
We've already seen an impressive collection of potatoes from one Reddit user, and while watching them spill out of storage was fun, there is more you can do with food in this game. Milk is very important for your body, especially in space, so you definitely need 10,000 cartons on your ship. Better yet, let them roll off buildings and enjoy the show, as player Dennios did in the video above.
Alternatively, you can make them defy gravity and just walk into this nutritious chaos.
Not a fan of milk? Then what about potatoes (a lot of them)? Or maybe ducks? Oh, I know what everyone needs, in space or on Earth: toilet paper.
As you can see, you can enjoy the view with anything you want, although these little stunts might require a very powerful machine. For example, here is Dennios's setup (thanks, PC Gamer):
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D
- GPU: AMD Radeon RX 5700
- RAM: 32GB 3800Mhz
- SSD: 2TB WD Black SN850X
- Graphics settings: 1080p, Ultra, FSR 2 with 100% sharpening, Vsync off
And if you don't have such a PC... well, you know what to do.
There are many secrets and fun activities in Starfield. When you're done with your milk shower, try finding traders' hidden chests that might make you remember Skyrim.