How to Unlock the Omni-Synthesizer in Honkai: Star Rail

Synthesizing objects in Honkai: Star Rail will be important for upgrading characters, and this guide will walk you through how to unlock the Omni-Synthesizer. It will grant you access to this invaluable feature. The Omni-Synthesizer is an item obtained after doing a specific side-quest in the Herta Space Station. Head to the Storage Zone and speak to Hinkel at the designated location shown on the map below.

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Her quest is relatively simple and will have you defeating a very small and manageable group of enemies to unlock the Omni-Synthesizer in Honkai: Star Rail. Once you’ve done this, head back to Hinkel, and the game will have you run through a few mandatory tutorials. These will elaborate on how to synthesize items that include upgrade items and consumables. Consumables can be used to increase the stats of your party or even revive and restore the energy for characters. The synthesizing menu will show you what recipes you have and what you can craft.

Items used for synthesizing can be found as you explore the world in chests and other breakable objects. It’s best to save items used to craft consumables until you really know what you want to use them for, especially if you’re planning on tackling some of the more challenging optional enemies the game has to offer.

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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