Starfield player earns 6 million credits without cheating or using exploits
A dedicated Starfield player has managed to earn six million credits without cheats or exploiting the game, proving that it is possible to accumulate...
A dedicated Starfield player has managed to earn six million credits without cheats or exploiting the game, proving that it is possible to accumulate a large amount of money through patience and hard work.
Players can earn credits in Starfield through various means, such as completing quests, constructing outposts, looting corpses, and checking job boards.
For players who are not as patient, there is a glitch in the game that allows them to quickly obtain a significant amount of credits. However, it is uncertain how long Bethesda will allow this exploit to persist.
A dedicated Starfield player has managed to accumulate six million credits without cheating or using any of the game's numerous exploits. Credits can be challenging to acquire in Starfield, but this player has proven that it is possible to save millions of credits without exploiting the game.
Credits in Starfield are the currency used in the game's universe. Credits can be used for various transactions in the game, such as purchasing items, upgrading equipment, and acquiring new ships. There are many ways to earn credits in the game, but some players find it challenging to accumulate credits as many items are expensive, and high-paying opportunities are rare. To amass a significant amount of money in Starfield, players need an incredible amount of patience.
Reddit user Max-Lone is a patient Starfield player who managed to earn six million credits in a single playthrough. The proof of this player's patience can be seen in the "Hours Waited" section, which shows that Max-Lone waited for 14,914 hours for the merchants to replenish their cash. In the comments, Max-Lone mentioned that most of the credits were acquired through selling items to merchants.
For players who want to earn millions of credits in Starfield but don't want to spend most of their time waiting for the merchants to restock, they need to try some of the more traditional methods to earn money. Credits can be earned by completing side quests, faction quests, constructing outposts, and checking various job boards. Looting corpses and dead enemies is also always a good way to find extra credits.
For players who have no patience at all, they can take the opposite route that Max-Lone took and utilize the Puddle Glitch. The Puddle Glitch is a bug in Starfield found on the planet Akila in the Cheyenne system. In front of Shepherd's General Store, players will find two puddles, and if they look at the farthest puddle from the right angle, they can see through the map where they'll find a chest containing sellable goods from Emerson Shepherd. Players can then sell the items they find in the chest for approximately 40,000 credits and repeat this process every time the merchants in Akila City replenish their cash. It is uncertain how long Bethesda will allow this exploit to persist in the game, so players who want to try this trick should do so while it is still possible.
Starfield is now available for PC and Xbox Series X/S.