Powers in Starfield offer players a unique ability and there are a total of 24 of them for you to unlock. Here is a complete list along with their descriptions so you can learn everything about them.
StarField - All Powers Complete Guide.
Struggling to find details of all the powers that you have bestowed in Starfield from the creators? You have just come to the right place. In Starfield, we have numerous powers that we can make good use of while progressing through the game. This guide lists all of them first and then provides brief explanations of their functions.
There are a total of 24 powers that you can achieve in Starfield.
They consume energy units in order to function and grant you their access in Starfield.
Different powers in Starfield have different levels, making some better than others or worse.
Getting these powers in Starfield can be difficult. But they are of great importance as well, so they must be addressed too. Knowing what actions these can perform and where to get them can eradicate the confusion and make the gameplay easier.
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All Starfield Powers
Here, we have listed all the Starfield powers with their brief explanations on how to get them.
Generate a localized field of intense low gravity, and behold a planet's true power.
Gut the O2 supply of targets in the area for a duration.
Pacifies all enemies in an area and disarms them for a duration.
Change the gravity around you to Earth gravity levels for a duration.
Blasts inorganic resources in an area around you and pulls them towards you.
Resurrects a dead alien to fight alongside you for a duration.
Regrows flora that has been harvested in a large area around you.
Manipulate gravity to propel yourself forward, and briefly increase any damage you inflict.
Launches a gravity wave in a cone ahead of you that staggers and knocks down enemies.
Create an area of dense gravity that pulls in and crushes everything and everyone around it.
forces an enemy to confront their inner demons, creating a mirror image of themselves that attacks them.
Drain the life force out of a living being and transfer it to yourself.
Become as strong as stone, rooting yourself in place and increasing your resistance to all damages greatly.
Summon another version of you from an alternate dimension for a duration.
Shoot a beam of pure particle energy that deals high amount of damage to enemies in front of you.
Oxygen, pure and clean, brought forth to breathe deep and counteract harmful carbon dioxide.
Phase through the normal flow of time and slows down the universe for a duration.
Look into the multiverse and visualize the future actions of actors, conversational and otherwise.
Envelop yourself in a metastable shell of antimatter that reflects projectiles and increases your resistance to attacks.
Sense Star Stuff
Bind yourself to the particles of creation, sensing the life force of any human, alien, or Starborn.
Emits an intense burst of solar energy that damages enemies and can set them ablaze.
Shoot a ball of ice as cold as space into an area, freezing any living being caught in the blast for a duration.
Explode with the power of a supernova in an area around you, dealing massive damage.
Warp the light around you, becoming nearly invisible for a duration.
The Anti-Gravity Field power, located in the ‘Eta’ temple, creates a very low gravity field that suspends the enemies in the air, hindering their ability to shoot at us. It takes 45 energy units to use this power.
This power will be available to the players at the very first stage of the gameplay. It will be unlocked as an introductory power after you do a mission called “Into the Unknown,” which we mentioned earlier.
This power blocks the supply of oxygen to the enemies for some time and within a certain radius, which keeps them from attacking us. You can get it after the “Revelation” quest, which will be found in the Gamma temple. It costs 25 energy units.
This power, when used upon the opponents, releases a field of a certain radius that causes them to calm down. The enemies will stop attacking once power is used on them for a certain period. Since they become calm, you can also acquire their weapons.
This power can also be used on the villagers when they get angered towards you. It costs 25 units and can be found in the temple of Nu in the task named “All That Money Can Buy.”
The Earthbound power simply adjusts the area’s gravity to the level of Earth’s gravity for a limited time. This allows the character to combat more efficiently as he will not be facing an unusual gravity level of the non-Earth planets.
The power costs only 15 energy units. It can be acquired in the Epsilon temple after the “Revelation” mission.
This power is useful when fighting in a spacious area. It extracts resources from the surrounding area and pulls them towards the user. It can also be used to mine minerals and metals from a planet’s surface due to its ability to extract inorganic resources,
It utilizes 25 energy units and can be found in the temple called Psi during the mission “Unearthed.”
When used, the Alien Reanimation power in Starfield revives a killed alien, but this time, it fights from our side. It can be pretty helpful when you are surrounded by many foes by increasing allies.
The use of Eternal Harvest regrows the already harvested plant-based material so you do not run out of resources. It can make finding the needed resources much easier and can save you a lot of time and hassle.
This power costs 25 energy units and can be attained during the “Entangled” quest in the temple named Lambda.
The power of Grav Dash allows you to change the gravity in whatever way you want to allow it to propel yourself in the direction you want. It also increases the damage inflicted upon the enemies. This power costs a mere 15 energy units,
It can be obtained in the temple of Zeta after the quest “Power From Beyond.”
This power attacks the enemy with a strong field of gravity, causing them to push away from you. Using this also gives you the required space to perform further attacks. It can be acquired from the Beta temple after the quest called “Power From Beyond” and utilizes 25 energy points.
When used on your foes, this power inflicts strong gravitational force on them, making them float and hindering their ability to attack you. This can be a great defense when you are low on health. This power can be obtained from the temple named Delta.
And can be acquired after the quest “Revelation.” It is a power-hungry power, costing 45 energy points for its use.
The Inner Demon power renders the enemies unable to attack for a set period of time by making them emotionally unstable. Using it on the enemies will make them face their inner demons, obliterating their focus and hindering their ability to attack you.
They may still shoot randomly, though. This power costs 35 energy units and can be obtained from the temple called Upsilon after the quest “Revelation.”
It allows you to extract the soul from a living enemy and absorb the power of that soul into yourself, leaving the enemy dead, and your health gets restored. It can be quite beneficial when you are running low on health.
Life Forces can be acquired from the temple called Pi after the quest “Revelation.”
This power, when used, makes you as solid as the rocks on the moon. This enables you to take attacks like a boss without having significant effects on your health bar. Showing resistance to all kinds of damage makes it a great defensive power.
Moon Form can be obtained from the temple called Rho after the quest of “Revelation.” It costs 35 energy units to provide you with all that resistance.
Parallel Self, as suggested by the name, summons a parallel version of the player, having the same weapon and stats. It is of great use when you are outnumbered and need an ally as strong as yourself. It is essentially a copy of the character.
This power utilizes a hefty 45 energy units to take effect and can be unlocked from the temple Sigma during the quest called “Worlds Apart.”
This power allows you to throw a beam of energetic particles at your foes, causing them damage. It is a decent non-combat attack that is also less energy-demanding. Particle Beam uses only 15 energy points and is acquired after the quest of:
“Revelation” and can be found in the temple of Omega.
Using this power provides a supply of unlimited oxygen to the character. Due to this, the player’s oxygen level remains 100% and also increases the mobility. It can be obtained in the “Power From Beyond” quest and can be found in the temple called Alpha. It costs a hefty 45 energy units.
This power, when used, makes everything appear to move in slow motion with the added benefit that it does not affect the player itself. This allows you to have more time to make your attacks or even cause damage quickly by combat.
It eats up 45 energy points and can attained after completing the quest called “Revelation” in the temple of Mu.
Precognition allows you to kind of see into the future. Using this power, you can see the events that are going to happen in the near future, allowing you to plan your actions in advance so you can make sure nothing goes wrong.
This power utilizes 35 energy points. It can be found in the temple named Iota after completing the quest “Power From Beyond.”
It is one of the best powers to use. A reactive shield creates a protective shield of magical particles around the player, providing great resistance against the attacks. It also deflects the incoming bullets in other directions, often causing them to hit their allies.
It can be found in the Tau temple during the mission “Further Into the Unknown.” It costs 35 energy units to use this power.
Sense Star Stuff
This power, when used, illuminates all the living things present in the area, revealing their location and distance. You can utilize this information to plan your attacks accordingly and avoid areas where you may get in trouble.
It costs just 15 energy units to activate and can be found in the temple of Chi during the mission “The Empty Nest.”
Solar Flare uses the stars’ energy and allows the player to direct that compressed energy toward a foe, making them burn to death. This is a simple but effective non-combat attack.
It can be unlocked during the mission “Futher Into The Unkown” in the temple of Theta and costs 25 energy units.
This power allows the player to throw a beam of energy that causes the opponent great damage by freezing them. It also leaves them unable to move for some time after getting hit, giving them time to combat other enemies.
It costs 35 energy units to use this power. It is obtained after the quest “Revelation” and can be found in the temple of Kappa.
The Supernova power lets you create a strong explosion initiating from the player towards the outward side, causing great damage to your foes. It utilizes 45 energy points. It can be unlocked from the Xi temple after the quest called “Revelation.”
This power creates a special effect on the player that causes it to become almost invisible to the enemy. It can be a great tool to use when stealth is required and also allows you to run away from enemies.
This final power uses 45 energy units to take effect and can be found in the temple of Omicron during the mission called “Final Glimpses.”
How To Find Powers In Starfield
You will get the first power after completing the mission named “Into The Unknown.” After completing it, the players will become aware of the task of exploring the temples that contain these powers. The items associated with getting powers are briefly explained below.
The temples are magical locations of profound importance in Starfield, each containing a power within itself, meaning that we will come across 24 temples.
Finding temples is not a difficult task. When you land on a planet, your scanner will show distortions. You can follow these distortions, also referred to as ‘artifacts,’ in the game to find a temple. You may even spot the temples without following the scanner as they are big structures.
Going through a temple in Starfield provides the protagonist with artifacts, which perform an essential role in finding the powers. Once activated, they guide the player toward another power-housing temple that corresponds to the current one.
This way, you can carry on your journey of attaining all the powers that are available in the game.
Using A power
Utilizing a power in Starfield is a straightforward process. You just need to go to the menu. There, you will see all the powers that you have unlocked. A power bar is given below the health bar. The power depletes upon the use, and as long as you don’t use it, it will get restored.
The list of all the powers of Starfield, their locations, and the time when they will be unlocked has all been explained in this article. Now, whenever you feel lost and confused regarding the powers, head straight to this article, and your problem will be solved.
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