How to get a Boost Pack in Starfield.
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How to Get a Boost Pack in Starfield

The Starfield Boost Pack item speeds up travel by allowing you to zip around the map in the air quickly. However, you will need to complete a few steps first in order to unlock it. Here is how to get a Boost Pack in Starfield.

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Where do I get a Boost Pack in Starfield?

When you boot up the character creator for the first time, there are several Starfield Backgrounds that will automatically unlock the Boost Pack ability. If you didn’t choose any of these options, then you will need to level up your character and purchase the “Rank 1 Boost Pack” perk in your character’s Tech skill tree. Even after having the skill unlocked, you will still need to acquire the pack first before you can start flying around.

In Starfield, you can get a Boost Pack from looting enemies or finding them scattered around in the overworld. That said, the most consistent way to get one is to buy it from a vendor. The earliest place to purchase a Boost Pack in Starfield is at the New Atlantis store, Jemison Mercantile. The shop is located just around the corner from your ship at the spaceport. Just walk through the UC security checkpoint, and you will find the store straight ahead in the shopping center. If you have the skill unlocked, you will be able to purchase Boost Packs after speaking to Amola Bava at the register. The vendor usually sells four Boost Packs, with the cheapest being around 875 credits.

 

New Atlantis is one of the first locations you unlock in the game and the quickest place to get a Boost Pack if you don’t find one in the tutorial section. The Starfield Skill is definitely worth investing in, even if you don’t care about combat, as you can actually use Boost Packs while traveling on foot around cities. It seriously speeds up travel quite a bit!

Starfield is available now for the Xbox Series X and PC.


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