Honkai Star Rail Tools Update
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Honkai Star Rail Character Leveling Calculator Now Available on PCs

HoYoVerse announced that the HoYoLAB Leveling Calculator for Honkai: Star Rail characters will be officially supported on PC. It is now available with the latest Tools Update on HoYoLAB. This latest update also adds a few additional features including new map tools and battle records.

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The HoYoLAB Leveling Calculator is a tool designed to help Honkai: Star Rail players calculate the materials they require for character leveling. The tool will present the materials required for Character Ascension, Traces, and Light Cones, as well as sum totals for them. This will allow players an easier way to see what materials they need to obtain from Calyxes or other sources.

The Tools Update for Honkai: Star Rail version 1.2 also includes features for the game’s maps and battle records. The mapping function now includes the Alchemy Commission and Scalegorge Waterscape areas added in version 1.2, along with locations for readable items and treasures. Battle Records now show the Echo of War and Daily Training scores, making it easier to check daily activity.

Honkai: Star Rail Version 1.2 released on July 19, 2023. It continued the game’s main story quest and introduced the playable versions of Kafka and Blade, who had previously only shown up as NPCs in the storyline.

Honkai: Star Rail is available now for PC and mobile devices. A PS5 version is set to release in Q4 2023.

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