Honkai Star Rail Version 1.1 special program
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Honkai: Star Rail Version 1.1 Special Program Announced

Information on the first major patch update 1.1 for Honkai Star Rail will appear on May 26, 2023. “Galactic Roaming” seems to be the title of the next patch. You can watch the stream from 7:30pm CST, which will be 4:30am PT/7:30am ET. It will be available on both YouTube and Twitch.

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If the Honkai Star Rail special program follows the same pattern as Genshin Impact ones, then we will also receive gift codes. These will give rewards such as Stellar Jades. Aside from limited-time rewards, this event should tell us more about upcoming banners and events, as well as tease what’s coming next in the Honkai Star Rail storyline.

The current patch 1.0, which is the launch edition of the game, ends right in the middle of the Xianzhou Luofu story. So we will likely see a continuation of it in the next update. HoYoVerse also commented in the past on some of the feedback it received for version 1.0. So we know of some fixes and changes that will roll out in future updates. These include changes to facial expressions in Camera Mode, changes to Seele’s Ultimate animation, and adjustments to the story pacing.

Honkai Star Rail is readily available on mobile devices and Windows PC. It is in development for the PS4 and PS5 as well. The special program for Honkai Star Rail Version 1.1 will air on May 26, 2023 at 4:30 AM PT/7:30 AM ET/7:30 PM CST.

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