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Starfield players earning 9 million credits an hour via new exploit

Starfield players earning 9 million credits an hour via new exploit

One Starfield player has discovered how you can make an incredible 9 million credits in the space of an hour.

The latest Starfield money making hack has arrived and oh my. It’s a very good one.

It’s no surprise that we’re making new Starfield discoveries everyday. After all, there are over 1,000 planets to explore - and there are plenty of us exploring. To be exact, Bethesda has just announced that Starfield has welcomed in over 10 million players so far. That’s an astronomical number. You may be surprised to learn though that a quarter of Starfield players haven’t actually made it past the opening tutorial which I find baffling. Those that have though have uncovered a NSFW alien, a planet that’s blowing Halo fans away, and a way to play as a giant space worm. Today, I bring you a money making hack that’ll help you generate nine million credits in an hour.

Take a look at our video review of Starfield below.

As reported by GamesRadar, YouTuber DPJ stumbled across the exploit. If you too want nine million credits, you’ll need to visit the Narion system. Head to the Stroud-Eklud Staryard space station and there, behind a stanchion, you’ll find a wall covered in cabinets filled with space travel equipment. If you position yourself as DPJ did in his video tutorial, you’ll somehow glitch through the wall into an out of bounds area of the map.

From here, you can use the boost pack to reach a hidden floating treasure chest hiding a whopping 160,000 credits. How do you get this up to nine million, I hear ye ask? As noted by Kotaku, you need to wait six in-game hours for the chest to reset, but you can of course use in-game chairs/beds to ‘wait’ and speed up time. As such, you should be able to utilise the exploit enough times that you’ll end up with nine million credits in the space of about an hour.

It goes without saying that Bethesda could patch this exploit out so if you’re in need of some credits, I’d act now - then maybe treat yourself to a lovely new in-game apartment.

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda

Topics: Starfield, Bethesda, PC, Xbox