How to Speed Up Your Jetpack and Summon NPC in Starfield
Looking to really amp up your Jetpack game in Starfield? There’s a nifty trick you can use, and the best part is, you don’t need any mods. It’s all about tapping into your in-game settings to unlock a better way to zoom around.
Fly Higher: See for Yourself
You might be thinking, “How much of a difference can it really make?” Well, check out this video demo below. You’ll get to see exactly how you can push your Jetpack’s limits and reach new heights.
The Alt Key Advantage
Most players hit the Space key when they’re using their Jetpack, but here’s a little secret: try the Left Alt key. It sounds simple, but this tiny change can drastically up your flying game. You’ll cover more distance, and who wouldn’t want that?
Speed Things Up with One Quick Tweak
And if you’re aiming for a speed boost, there’s a straightforward tweak for that, too. Pop open your Settings, head over to Bindings, and look for the Jump option. Assigning a new key here can rev up your speed, especially with the Skip Jetpack. Perfect for when you’re in a race or just trying to dodge those chasing you. This tip is mainly for PC players using a mouse and keyboard. Controller players might want to dive into their settings to see if there’s something similar they can play around with.
Want to get started? Here’s a step-by-step on changing your key bindings:
- First, hop into your menu and settings menu.
- Inside settings, find the key bindings area. Here, you can mix and match the keys for different game actions.
- Look for the jump key option. That’s the one you’ll need to tweak.
- Hit that jump key option and choose the key you like. Maybe try L Alt !
Personalizing your key bindings can be a game-changer. It’s all about making the game feel just right for you. So, have a play around, find what feels good, and take your Starfield experience to the next level.
How to Summon NPC
Ever wanted to get an NPC right where you are without the hassle? Here’s a nifty guide on how to gather NPC IDs in the game. Trust me, once you’ve got this down, you’ll wonder how you ever played without it!
Starting Off: Locating Your NPC
Looking for a specific NPC? Use the trusty console command
moveto player. All you need to do is replace
00014E4E it with the exact ID of the NPC you have in mind.
Useful NPC IDs
Nadia Muffaz from SSNN, 00014E4E
Ship Technicians List
- 0015636E – Neon Ship technician, Volii Alpha, Volii system
- 0016E1D6 – Cydonia Ship Technician, Mars, Sol System
- 0005C81D – New Atlantis Ship Technician, Jemison, Alpha Centauri System
- 0015CF3C – Ship Technician, Gagarin Landing, Alpha Centauri System
- 00146DCB – New Homestead Ship Technician, Titan, Sol System
- 001073AA – Deimos Staryard, Deimos, Sol System
- 0027A985 – Havershaw Stroud-Eklund Staryard Salesman Dalvik, Deepala, Narion System
- 0114A7FF – Ship Technician The Clinic (Staryard), Deepala, Narion System
- No NPC – Sales Kiosk, Stroud-Eklund Showroom Shipyard, Stroud-Eklund Showroom, Neon, Volii Alpha, Volii System
- 0027A98B – Veronica Young, Taiyo Showroom Salesperson, Taiyo Astroneering floor of Ryuijn Offices, Neon, Volii Alpha, Volii System
- 000212B52– Akila City Ship Technician Akila System Cheyenne
- The Den Ship Technician, Wolf System
- 0015D3C7 – Paradiso Ship Technican, Porrima II, Porrima System
- 002B2BD6 – Lon Anderson, Red Mile Ship Technician, Red Mile, Porrima III, Porima System
- Hopetown Ship Technician Polvo, Valo System
- 0028AC8C — Inaya Rehman, HopeTech Salesperson at HopeTech facility, Hopetown, Polvo, Valo System
- 000D87A3 – Elios Retreat Ship Technician, Ixyll II, Ixyll system
- 00261765 – Lt. Jillian Toft, Ship Technician, UC Vigilance at The Key, Kryx System
- ? ???? – Jazz, The Key (ID Unknown, as she’s dead in my game)
Members and Companions List
- 000059A9 – Andreja
- Vasco 000057BE
- 00005788 Barret
- 00005986 – Sara Morgan
- 0029D488 Sam Coe
- 0029D489 – Cora Coe
- 002B0802 – Vladimir Sall
- 000059A1 – Matteo Khatri
- 00005998 – Walter Stroud
- No. 0000598D
- 002733C8 Sona Sona
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