How to level up fast in Starfield
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How to Level Up Quickly in Starfield

Starfield is a massive game with numerous skills for you to rank up the more you level up in the game. As you level up, not only does your health go up, but you get a skill point to use to unlock or rank up the more than 80 available skills. Here’s how to level up quickly in Starfield.

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Tips for Leveling Up Quickly in Starfield

To level up quickly in Starfield, you need experience. There are many ways to get XP in this game, including persuading NPCs, picking locks, defeating enemies, fully scanning an animal or plant, and completing quests. While all of these activities (and even more) give you XP, there are some ways that help you earn that experience much faster. The main way to do this is to complete as many missions and quests as possible in the game.

Quests, including both main ones and side quests, give the most experience. Some of these give you enough XP to level up from a single quest, while others will give you a massive chunk of experience. This even goes for the small side quests that only take a few minutes to complete.

My recommendation to you is to pick a side quest or faction and focus on it. The more quests you do, the faster you’ll level up. But there is another way to guarantee a ton of XP from these missions. There is a mission board you can find in most bars, space stations, and cities.

The mission board is like your way of getting infinite quests, long after you beat the core story in this game. These missions are usually quite short, such as transport citizens to X location, deliver these goods within five days, or track down this bounty target and eliminate them.

You can generally do each of these missions in a matter of minutes and they are some of the fastest ways to get tons of XP and money. Grind these missions one after another and you’ll level up quite fast and fill your coffers with credits.

Starfield is available for the Xbox Series X and PC.


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