How to get to Kreet in Starfield
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How to Get to Kreet in Starfield

Starfield is full of surprises and wonders for players to discover, and some of the best ones are found on the moon of Kreet. This moon circles the main planet of Anselon near where players start the game. Here’s what you need to do to get to Kreet in Starfield.

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Where is Kreet in Starfield?

For starters, you’ll need to first finish the prologue mission in Starfield before you can get to Kreet. After completing the beginning of the game as a miner and earning your first ship, the Frontier, you are now free to go wherever you want in the galaxy (with a couple of limitations).

Fortunately, those limitations don’t include the nearby moon of Kreet. This moon is the counterpart to Vectera where you first start the massive game. Since Kreet is right next door to Vectera, it is one of the most easily accessible locations you can visit at the start of the game.

All you need to do is pull up the main menu and pick the starmap option in the top left corner. From here, you’ll see Vectera if you are still on this planet or another one. Back out and you’ll be able to see the entire Narion System where you start the game.

You can pick the moon of Kreet from here and jump to it. If you are in another solar system, you’ll have to fly to Narion first. Once you jump to Kreet, all you need to do is pull up the planet map, which the game indicates for you, and you can land wherever you want on the moon.

I won’t spoil what happens on this particular moon but know that there are some shocking events that can occur here that will certainly be overwhelming for newer players.

Starfield is available for the Xbox Series X and PC.


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