Honkai Star Rail Wanted Order Challenge TikTok
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Honkai: Star Rail Stellaron Hunters Wanted Order TikTok Challenge Begins

HoYoVerse announced the Honkai: Star Rail Stellaron Hunters Wanted Order Challenge event is now underway. This challenge requires players to either submit videos to TikTok or livestream certain missions within Honkai: Star Rail during the challenge period.

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The Wanted Order challenge consists of two options. The first is the Video Challenge, where players are encouraged to make video content about the event missions. These videos must be uploaded to TikTok with the hashtag #StellaronHunters to earn up to 80 Stellar Jade along with Lost Gold Fragments, Adventure Logs and Credits. This challenge is open until August 29, 2023.

The second option is the Live Stream Challenge, where players can stream the missions instead. These streams can be hosted via Twitch, YouTube and TikTok. Streamers will be rewarded with random bounties as they stream. This challenge is open until July 23, 2023.

The event missions for the Honkai: Star Rail Wanted Order Challenge require players to unlock the following achievements:

  • “The Speed of Thought”
  • “Angel’s Breath”
  • “Go, Bladie”
  • “Demise of Immortality, Finale of Calamity”

A fifth mission requires players to check in at a participating milk tea shop in their area.

Honkai: Star Rail is available now for PC and mobile devices. A PS5 version is set to release in Q4 2023. The Honkai: Star Rail Stellaron Hunters Wanted Order Challenge TikTok and livestream event runs until August 30, 2023.

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