Hong Kong is a beautiful country with plenty of places that are worth visiting. Unfortunately for Starfield players, most of these locations no longer exist in the game’s world, though there is one iconic Hong Kong structure that somehow managed to survive the fall of Earth all those years ago.
By finding a special item, players will be able to visit the International Commerce Center, a supertall skyscraper that towers over much of the Hong Kong skyline, at least in the present day. Sadly, the rest of Kowloon no longer exists, which will no doubt come as a disappointment for fans of games like Stray and Shenmue 2.
How to Visit the International Commerce Center (Hong Kong Landmark)
In order to find the Hong Kong Landmark in Starfield, players will need to procure a copy of Maurice Lyon’s Journal. For those unaware, Maurice Lyon runs the museum in New Homestead, which can be found on Titan; one of Saturn’s moons in the SOL star system where players find Earth.
There are numerous books on display in the museum and Maurice can be seen reading one too, but the book that players need is actually on a metal shelf to the left of the stairs that lead down to the museum. Once players pick it up and read it, they’ll unlock a new activity, and the Hong Kong Landmark landing site will be added to their map of Earth.
As Starfield does not allow players to fast travel while they are inside buildings or onboard ships, players will have to make their way back outside before they can travel to Earth and check out the landmark. From there though, the process is the same as it normally is, with players simply needing to open their map, set a target, and then land.
Upon their arrival at the Hong Kong Landmark landing site, players will find the International Commerce Center towering high into the sky. There’s not much to do besides maybe snap a couple of pictures using Starfield‘s Photo Mode and grab the Hong Kong snow globe from on top of one of the rocks near the damaged section of the building. Assuming that Visit the Hong Kong Landmark on Earth is their active objective, the blue quest marker should guide players straight to it.
Starfield is available now for PC and Xbox Series X|S.