Starfield: How do I find the snow globe of the Burj Khalifa?
Starfield does something clever with its landmarks from humanity's past - that is, our present. Not only can you visit these wonders and marvel at the...
Starfield does something clever with its landmarks from humanity's past - that is, our present. Not only can you visit these wonders and marvel at their enduring presence, but you can even take a keepsake "home" with you to remember them by.
Snow globes. How do they appear next to each of the last remnants of civilization on Earth? Who knows? What we do know, however, is that you want to collect them all, including the snow globe of the Burj Khalifa. And yes, coincidentally, we happen to know exactly how you can do that.
Find The Siren Of The Stars
To obtain the coordinates for the landmark in Dubai, you need a book called "Race to the Skies." And while there may be other copies of the book in nooks and crannies of the galaxy that we have yet to discover, it is currently believed that the only available copy is aboard a luxury liner called the Siren of the Stars.
How exactly do we find this ship? By completing a portion of the Crimson Fleet questline. We are currently compiling our collection of Crimson Fleet quest guides, but for quick information on how to join, you don't need to search any further. During this mission, you will be searching for evidence against a fittingly named fool named Larry Dumbrosky. Eventually, you will be able to enter Dumbrosky's VIP room.
If you take an alternative path through this quest and do not gain access to Dumbrosky's room, don't worry; you can pick the lock on his door before you leave.
Search it thoroughly for a copy of "Race to the Skies" because after completing the quest, it appears that the Siren of the Stars is moving away from Aranae, and we're not sure if it will ever be accessible again.
Reading "Race to the Skies" will immediately unlock access to the landmark in Dubai on Earth. So set course for the solar system and land there. You will be dropped off in one of the many areas devastated by sandstorms, showcasing the total destruction of Earth in Starfield.
Here you will see the Burj Khalifa, which, despite what has happened to the homeland of humanity, is still in relatively good condition. With the activity "Visit to Dubai" on your mission list, you follow the blue marker of the scanner to the exact location of the snow globe, and presto - it's all yours.