Add Friends Honkai Star Rail

How to Add Friends in Honkai: Star Rail

Like Genshin Impact, Honkai: Star Rail will allow players to add friends to their in-game friendlist. There are some benefits to having a sufficiently filled friendlist. For example, players can accrue a total of 60,000 credits (which is one of Honkai: Star Rail‘s in-game currencies) when friends use their support character. Credits are used to level up characters and Light Cones, and they are an invaluable material since you’ll need a lot of this going forward to fully upgrade both. Don’t worry, as adding players to your friendlist is extremely simple.

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In order to add friends to your friendlist in Honkai: Star Rail, you will need to progress the story. Once you are able to fully access your menu, click on the “Friends” option. This is indicated by the icon of two silhouettes attached to a heart. From there, you can add suggested players to your friendlist or through the use of your friend’s UID. You can check any incoming friend requests through the first tab in the “Friends” option.

Add Friends Honkai Star Rail

Your UID is found at the very top of your menu and at the very bottom of the lefthand side of your screen. Thankfully, you can easily copy and paste your UID if you tap the little paper icon next to your UID in the menu.

Honkai: Star Rail will come to the PC and mobile devices on April 26, 2023. It will also eventually appear on the PS4 and PS5.

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