Starfield is vast, boasting 111 star systems for players to explore during their interstellar journey. Here’s a guide on how to navigate them.
Starfield: Navigating the Stars and Every Star System
Space: the infinite expanse. The year is 2310, and the two major factions, the United Colonies and the Freestar Collective, are at war. As these two entities clash, you belong to a group of space explorers.
In your quest for mysterious relics that emit an inexplicable energy, you journey through the cosmos, exploring planets where no human has set foot before. It’s a monumental task, with a staggering 111 star systems waiting to be discovered and explored.
If you’ve just started Bethesda’s action RPG, don’t fret about how to tackle this mammoth challenge. At first, your spaceship won’t take you very far.
The star systems in Starfield are interconnected by jump points, necessitating that you follow these connections. A direct leap to a distant system isn’t feasible, at least not initially.
Furthermore, your jump tank’s initial capacity won’t suffice to bridge the more considerable distances. This means you should initially focus on jumping to nearby star systems, allowing you to gather experience points and money.
Your primary goal should be to acquire a ship capable of jumping up to 30 light-years. This ensures that no system remains out of your reach, especially since the maximum distance between any two systems is a mere 28 light-years.
If you’re the impatient type or have an itch to explore the galaxy’s most remote corners from the get-go, you can always opt to steal or purchase a suitable ship, depending on your moral stance.
If you’re unsure about your ship’s jump range, simply glance over the ship menu. On the left, you’ll find your trusty spacecraft’s stats, including its maximum jump range.
Once you’ve found the perfect combination of drive, generator, and skills to reach the universe’s farthest corners, there’s nothing to stop you. Well, almost nothing, as there’s still one factor that can limit your actions.
Certain systems are home to hostile ships. If your jump tank isn’t sufficiently large, you might find yourself momentarily trapped with these adversaries. Here, you have two choices.
Either wait until you have a tank large enough to make a quick getaway or get your hands on a ship capable of defending against any aggressor. For instance, how about the Razorleaf, arguably the best ship in all of Starfield?
Starfield: All 111 Star Systems and an Interactive Map
Starfield’s map is quite user-friendly, clearly indicating how systems are interconnected and the required jump distances for each journey. When fully zoomed out, you can marvel at all 111 star systems right from the start.
If you desire a more comprehensive overview, wishing to see which planets and moons can be targeted, where settlements and cities are located, and uncover the game’s myriad secrets, our interactive Starfield map might be of assistance.
On this platform, you’ll find a detailed interactive map marked with crucial locations and quests. It’s continuously updated and expanded, eventually encompassing all information about the aforementioned 111 star systems.
- Alpha Andraste
- Alpha Centauri
- Alpha Marae
- Alpha Ternion
- Alpha Tirna
- Bannoc Secondus
- Barnard’s Star
- Beta Andraste
- Beta Marae
- Beta Ternion
- Beta Tirna
- Copernicus Minor
- Delta Pavonis
- Delta Vuples
- Eta Cassiopeia
- Gamma Vuples
- Kapteyn’s Star
- Luyten’s Star
- Oborum Prime
- Oborum Proxima
- Procyon A
- Procyon B
- Proxima Ternion
- Tau Ceti
- The Pup
- Ursae Majoris
- Ursae Minoris
- Xi Ophiuchi
- Zeta Phiuchi
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