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Starfield players have found an efficient way to steal credits

If there’s one thing Starfield players seem to be picking up on pretty quickly, it’s how to find and execute an exploit that earns them tons of credits. There are numerous methods of doing this kind of thing which all basically amounts to stealing from vendors. But because you’re accessing these funds through an exploit there’s no real worry about being caught stealing and facing the consequences. At least, it seems unlikely.

In a recent glitch discovered over on YouTube (then posted to X which was spotted by PCGamesN) you can head to the Stroud Eklund Staryard located in the Narion system and glitch through a wall to get at a nearby chest that’s sitting out of bounds. The chest contains 160,000 credits which is a good amount of money. Especially for having to do literally nothing but glitch through part of the area. The exploit seems pretty easy to execute, although I haven’t tested it myself yet. But it certainly seems a lot simpler than the exploit I was using before. Which was getting to the chest under the New Atlantis star port Trade Authority vendor.

This Starfield credits exploit is repeatable

Like probably most of these exploits, this one is repeatable. Which means you can take the 160,000 credits you find after your initial attempt, and then have the chest refresh so you can take the money again. To get the chest to refresh, you’ll need to fly your ship to Venus in the Sol system and sleep on Venus for a total of 600 UT hours in one sitting. First, just fly to and land on Venus. Then get up from your pilot seat, walk back to your ship’s bed and hit sleep. Slide the bar to 6 local hours (which is 600 UT hours), and you’ll be good to go. Now you can fly back to the Stroud Eklund Staryard and take those credits again. Repeat as much as you like.

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To execute this exploit, all you need to do is glitch through the wall, use a boost pack to boost to the chest, and hit the button for “transfer” to open the chest. There’s a bit of a trick to it since there’s no floor to stand on. Hence the boost pack. Having said that this may take you a few tries to get down. But once you do you’re in business. Then you’re on your way to becoming the richest person in the settled systems.

This exploit may or may not get patched out soon. So take advantage of it while you can. That is if you were looking for a way to make some quick and easy cash. Bethesda isn’t usually super quick to patch out these kinds of things, but many games do end up getting glitches patched pretty fast, so we wouldn’t sleep on it. There’s also ways to make this much more efficient that you can see in the video below. Starfield is available on Xbox Series X|S, PC, and Xbox Game Pass.

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