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Where To Find Tons Of Locks In One Place To Level Security In Starfield

Leveling up your lockpicking can be tough if you can’t find enough locked containers. This guide on Where To Find Tons Of Locks In One Place To Level Security In Starfield will tell you about a single location that provides a quick and easy boost to your Security level in Starfield, with 8+ locked containers in one spot.

Where To Find Cheyenne System

You need to pick a specific number of locks for each level and while this won’t get you a full level, it’s a great start. Head to the Cheyenne system. You can find this system North East of Sol and Alpha Centauri on the galaxy map. Once in Cheyenne, go to the planet Akila and head to Akila City.

Where To Find Tons Of Locks In One Place To Level Security In Starfield

Once you arrive in the city you will encounter a mission for the bank, it’s currently being robbed. Follow the mission until you enter the bank and kill all the enemies. Then, before leaving the bank, raid the vault. There are 8+ locked containers in the vault and another locked box near the front desk.

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