How many Starfield endings are there? It goes without saying that space is, well, a pretty big place. We also know that there are over 1,000 planets in the Starfield universe and a tonne of options you can make. Is there more than one true ending to Starfield, though?
As mentioned in our Starfield review, Bethesda’s latest space game could be on track to become one of the best PC games of the year – and the biggest too, in terms of in-game size. Just one of the Starfield cities alone, Starfield New Atlantis, is bigger than anything Bethesda has built before. Just how many Starfield endings are there, and what do they mean? Well, here’s everything we’ve discovered from our time with the game and needless to say, there are spoilers ahead.
How many Starfield endings are there?
Whilst you can make several different choices throughout the story, there is only one true Starfield ending which leads to the player being born again in a parallel universe.
Despite this, there is a recap at the end of each playthrough which showcases how you made choices throughout the story, how you progressed each of the Starfield factions quests, and an emphasis on infinite rebirths and cycles.
Starfield endings explained
After collecting all of the artifacts you can build the Armillary which will power up the Grav Drive and automatically teleport you to the entrance of a parallel universe – The Infinity. You’ll meet the alternative version of yourself who will lead you into the parallel universe to be reborn.
During the ending you’ll see cinematics of your choices throughout the story and how you completed the questlines for the Starfield factions. From this point, you’ll be led into the Starfield new game plus options where you’ll lose everything apart from your level and skills. As the artifact locations are randomized for each playthrough, you’ll also need to go and find them again.
Now that you’ve experienced the ending, take a look at some of our other explainers, like the different Starfield religions and how Starfield ship building works, as you craft your own unique spaceship from the ground up. Still looking for more? Our new Starfield Database goes further, offering you daily news, searchable databanks, and even interactive tools.