Bethesda’s Starfield takes players to a whole new universe filled with exciting locations, characters and stories. One such location is the cyberpunk city of Neon, a major trading hub and fishing port on the planet Volii Alpha. Players will visit the city frequently throughout their time in the game. As they do, it will quickly become apparent that beneath the bright lights and flashing advertisements there is a busy criminal underworld full of betrayal, fraud, and espionage at every level. From the mega-corps of Trade Tower to the street gangs of Ebbside, players will have plenty of conflicts to become embroiled in whenever they choose to visit Neon.
One of the dominant factions on the floating city is Ryujin Industries, an interstellar conglomerate and parent company for some of the Settled Systems; biggest brands. Like many other powerful factions in the game, players can become a member of Ryujin Industries by applying from a noticeboard. Following this, they will need to attend an interview at the headquarters, after which the faction questline will be underway.
In addition to the interview, players will also be sent on a coffee run, though this takes a turn for the worst as a disgruntled former employee becomes aggressive over losing his job. Players can deal with this in several different ways before returning to the HQ.
After completinh the quest “Back To The Grind,”, the next step in the Ryujin Industries questline will be to talk with the boss, Imogene Salzo, who is still in the process of testing the player to see their worth in the faction.
After talking with Imogen, players will have to head over to CeltCorp on the direct opposite side of the city. It can be found by heading straight down the strip towards Trade Tower and the Astral Lounge. In the elevator on the right-hand side, players can select from multiple levels with a range of different companies on them. CeltCorp can be found here and players can travel directly up to the main entrance of their offices.
Uploading The Slate
Once inside, players can simply walk through to the terminal and proceed to hack it. There is one security guard on watch, but he won’t prevent the player from entering the room with the terminal. Additional office workers can be found loitering around nearby, so it is wise to be in a “Sneak” mode when hacking the terminal to avoid raising the alarm. The terminal is only a novice level, so players should be able to hack it regardless of their hacking and lockpicking abilities. The same lockpicking mini-game will need to be completed before the slate can be uploaded and the player is free to leave the area.
With the task complete, players can head back to Imogen to report the success of the mission. The reward for the mission is a measly 1,000 credits along with a drug called Reconstim, which will reduce movement noise by 30% for 10 minutes. This can be particularly handy since the next mission in the faction questline, “A New Narrative,” will require more sneaking around.
Starfield is available now for PC and Xbox Series X/S.