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How To Wait To Pass Time In Starfield

Passing time allows you to wait for shops to restock without wasting time finding a bed. This guide on How To Wait To Pass Time In Starfield explains how the wait option works in Starfield as with other Bethesda games, it’s not found in a menu or tucked away on a screen somewhere.

As with previous Bethesda games, shopkeepers and their stock operate on a rotating basis. This means that after a set period of time, typically 24 hours, the shop will replenish its stock. Sometimes it gets more or less than it had the day before, but usually the items are the same.

How To Wait To Pass Time In Starfield

Usually, you need to find a bed to sleep in to pass the time, which is sometimes difficult and far from your objective. Thankfully, waiting is much easier. You can simply find a chair, stall, bench, anything that has the sit option when you approach it. Then simply sit down and select how long you want to wait.

At the end of the Crimson Fleet UC storyline, you get a choice. This Give Kryx's Legacy To The UC Or The Crimson Fleet Choice Guide In Starfield tells you what happens whether you decide to give the cash to the UC or Crimson Fleet.
There is a choice nearing the end of Starfield's story. This guide on Side With The Emissary, Alliance With The Hunter, Or Go Your Own Path In Starfield explains what happens for each of the three choices you make, explaining the immediate after-effects and consequences of your decision.
As you near the end of Starfield's story, there is a choice to make. This guide on Choose This Universe Or Rafael's Universe In Starfield goes over what happens depending on what universe you decide to save when you are exploring the facility.
Looting everything is pointless if you can't find vendors to buy your stuff in Starfield. Check out this guide to find out Which Starfield Vendors Have The Most Credits. This way you can clear out some weight and actually make a profit.

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