There are eight Self-Service Bounty Clearance Kiosks in Starfield, along with eight you can build on your Outpost and some random ones in Civilian and Scientific Outposts. We discuss how to find all Bounty Kiosks in Starfield.
Here are all 8 Starfield Bounty Kiosk locations.
You can clear a bounty on your head in Starfield for a nominal price using a Self-Service Bounty Clearance Kiosk. However, you can’t do so on the planet of a faction that’s set the bounty on you. And only eight locations in the whole galaxy feature these Kiosks. Here are all the StarfieldBountyKiosklocations.
In Starfield, there are eight Self-Service Bounty Clearance Kiosks that let you clear the bounty on your head for a nominal price.
These are located in Akila City, Cydonia, Deimos, Hopetown, Neon City, New Atlantis, and Trident.
Additionally, you can find some random Bounty Kiosks in Civilian and Scientific Outposts that appear randomly or permanently on some planets.
Moreover, you can build your own Bounty Kiosks in your Outposts, one Kiosk per Outpost, totaling eight Kiosks across all your Outposts.
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To find the Bounty Kiosk in Akila City:
Head to the planet Akila in the CheyenneSystem. This is precisely North of the Olympus System and to the right of Alpha Centauri. Land on the Akila City landing pad.
From here, go into the town ahead of you and find the big red sign that says “Hitching Post.”
Enter the Hitching Post bar, and you’ll find the Bounty Kiosk.
For the Cydonia Bounty Kiosk location:
Land on the Cydonia landing pad on Mars in the Sol System.
From here, head into Cydonia, the mining colony of Mars.
Go through the primary corridor across the hanging barrier.
To your right, you’ll find the Broken Spear Bar, where you’ll also find the Bounty Clearance Kiosk.
To find the Deimos Staryard Bounty Clearance Kiosk:
Head to Mars in the SolSystem and find the Deimos Moon.
Then, look for the Deimos Staryard, the official headquarters of Deimos Staryards Inc., which will be orbiting Deimos.
Head inside the Staryard and go through the first corridor you find.
Then, take a sharp left and find the Bounty Clearance Kiosk. It’s not hard to miss. It’s to the right of the Victory Hall.
For the Hopetown Bounty Kiosk location:
Find the Valo System right below Narion on the Star Map.
Then, land on the HopeTown landing pad (or the one closest to it) on the Polvo Planet.
You’ll find the TradeAuthorityKiosk right at the landing pad. Walk farther from that, and you’ll find the Pit Stop Bar.
The Bounty Clearance Kiosk is right inside the bar.
While you’re here, you might as well stock up on HopeTech ship parts since this area has the most diverse selection.
To get to the Neon Bounty Kiosk:
Find the VoliiSystem and then the Volii Alpha Planet. Land on the landing pad closest to Neon City.
Neon City is a massive, bustling settlement ripe with vendors and merchants. Here, you’ll need to find the AstralLounge. It’s easy to get lost. So, enter the elevator and go down from the Spaceport.
Now, take a right, and you’ll find a long walkway. You’ll find some stairs with the Astral Lounge sign outside.
Walk up the stairwell and take the elevator to Trade Tower: Astral Lounge.
Then, head through the Astral Lounge door and look back to see the Bounty Kiosk.
NeonCity has tons of features to offer. And you can even hang around and party the night. We recommend constantly checking out new places every time you head here.
For this Kiosk location:
Locate the AlphaCentauriSystem, which is the closest System to Sol. Then, look for the Jemison Planet.
Head to New Atlantis, the biggest city on the planet and the capital of the United Colonies.
In New Atlantis, head left from the landing pad.
Take the stairs to Jemison Mercantile. You’ll find it after passing by the sign that says Hotel & Shopping.
Look to your left to find the ViewportBar and the New Atlantis Bounty Clearance Kiosk in it.
Trident Luxury Lines Space Station
For the final Bounty Clearance Kiosk location:
Find the Cheyenne System and head to the planet Akila.
You’ll find the TridentStaryard orbiting Akila. Land on the Staryard and take an immediate right after the long corridor.
Look to your right, and the Kiosk will be near reception.
There isn’t much else to do here, though, since there are no Trident ship parts to buy here.
Scientific And Civilian Outposts
Besides the eight confirmed Starfield Bounty Kiosk locations, some occasionally pop up. These Bounty Kiosks can be found on Civilian and Scientific Outposts. They can appear randomly on some planets or permanently be part of the planet’s map.
Either way, a few of the Scientific and Civilian Outposts will feature Bounty Clearance Kiosks next to the mission boards.
Creating A New Bounty Kiosk In Your Outpost
Instead of looking for Starfield Bounty Kiosks all around the galaxy, you can craft your Kiosk in your Outpost to make things easier. Here’s how:
First, enter BuildMode.
Then, find the Miscellaneous section and lock on it. The Self-Service Bounty Clearance Kiosk is at the bottom of the menu.
You’ll need two Beryllium, four Aluminum, and twoZeroWire for this Kiosk.
Afterward, you can craft the Bounty Clearance Kiosk and place it against a wall in your Outpost. Remember that you can only have one Bounty Kiosk in each Outpost. With a limit of eight Outposts, you can have eight custom Kiosk locations in the Settled Systems.
Starfield Bounty Kiosk Locations Summary
Here’s a quick summary of all the Starfield Bounty Kiosk locations:
Trident Luxury Lines Space Station
Broken Spear Bar
Pit Stop Bar
Some Kiosks can also be found in various Scientific and Civilian Outposts that either appear procedurally or permanently on planets.
You can also create one Bounty Kiosk per Outpost, for a total of eight Bounty Kiosks.
And that’s all about the eight Starfield Bounty Kiosk locations and how to find them. Besides these eight locations, some Kiosks will appear randomly at Scientific and Civilian Outposts with the mission board. And don’t forget that you can always create your own Self-Service Bounty Clearance Kiosk in your Outpost.
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