With Starfield right around the corner, the leaks are in full swing yet again with a reveal of the game’s full achievement list, ready for your perusal.

There’s not long to go until you can hyperjump into Starfield and check out the achievements for yourself, but for the curious minds out there, we’ve got you covered.

Ship using grav drive in Starfield

Full List of Achievements in Starfield

Here’s the full list of 50 achievements in Starfield:

Be warned: The list contains spoilers.
  1. A Legacy Forged – Complete “A Legacy Forged”
  2. All That Money Can Buy – Complete “All That Money Can Buy”
  3. Entangled – Complete “Entangled”
  4. Executive Level – Complete “Executive Level”
  5. Further Into the Unknown – Complete “Further Into the Unknown”
  6. Guilty Parties – Complete “Guilty Parties”
  7. High Price to Pay – Complete “High Price to Pay”
  8. In Their Footsteps – Complete “In Their Footsteps”
  9. Into the Unknown – Complete “Into the Unknown”
  10. Legacy’s End – Complete “Legacy’s End”
  11. One Giant Leap – Complete “One Giant Leap”
  12. Surgical Strike – Complete “Surgical Strike”
  13. The Best There Is – Complete “The Best There Is”
  14. The Devils You Now – Complete “The Devils You Know”
  15. The Hammer Falls – Complete “The Hammer Falls”
  16. Unearthed – Complete “Unearthed”
  17. Dust Off – Reach Level 5
  18. Traveler – Reach Level 10
  19. Elite – Reach Level 25
  20. Space Opera – Reach Level 50
  21. Reach for the Stars – Reach Level 100
  22. Back to the Grind – Join Ryujin Industries
  23. Deputized – Join the Freestar Rangers
  24. One Small Step – Join Constellation
  25. Rook Meets King – Join the Crimson Fleet
  26. Supra et Ultra – Join the UC Vanguard
  27. For All, Into the Starfield – Enter Space for the First Time
  28. Home Sweet Home – Build an Outpost
  29. Shipping Magnate – Connect 5 Outposts with Cargo Links
  30. I Use Them For Smuggling – Successfully Smuggle Contraband
  31. Chief Engineer – Modify a Ship
  32. Fleet Commander – Collect 10 Ships
  33. Another Bug Hunt – Eliminate 300 Creatures
  34. Boots on the Ground – Land on 100 Planets
  35. The Stars My Destination – Visit all Star Systems
  36. Stellar Cartography – Visit 20 Star Systems
  37. Cyber Jockey – Bypass 50 Digital Locks
  38. Dark Matter – Eliminate 300 Human Enemies
  39. Fixer – Complete 30 Activities
  40. Privateer – Complete 30 Terminal or Misc. Missions
  41. INdustrialist – Produce 500 Total Resources from Outposts
  42. Jacked In – Access 50 Computers
  43. Life Begate Life – Gather 500 Organic Resources
  44. Replicator – Craft 100 Items
  45. Rock Collection – Gather 500 Inorganic Resources
  46. Soldier of Fortune – Mod 50 Weapons
  47. Thirst for Knowledge – Read 20 Skill Magazines
  48. War of Angels – Collect 20 Quantum Essence
  49. The Family You Choose – Recruit 10 Separate Companions
  50. Starcrossed – Reach Maximum Relationship Level with a Companion
The player sitting in their ship in Starfield

How Many Achievements Are in Starfield?

According to the leaks, there are a total of 50 achievements to unlock and work toward in Starfield.

The Starfield achievements were originally leaked by Insider Gaming and PlayStationSize.

We will update and confirm the achievements list upon Starfield's release.

At the moment, there doesn’t seem to be any information regarding the Gamerscore associated with each achievement.

The list seems to contain what you’d expect for a Bethesda RPG. It includes achievements for completing missions, reaching level milestones, joining factions, and more.

Some of the more interesting achievements are regarding Starfield’s companion system and its space exploration mechanics.

“The Family You Choose” is unlocked after recruiting 10 companions, which seems to corroborate the game’s max limit of 20 companions that was recently confirmed in a Dev Q&A.

You get “Starcrossed” by reaching max level with a companion, which likely entails romantic options and exclusive quests.

The player standing next to Sam Coe in Starfield

Another intriguing achievement is “Boots on the Ground”, which requires you to land on at least 100 planets.

This confirms the huge sense of scale and scope that you can expect from Starfield’s expansive space exploration. It gives a sense of Bethesdas’s impressive ambition in creating a fully explorable galaxy.

The player in a space suit looking at distant mountains and a planet in Starfield

With all that said, there’s not long to go until fans get to hunt for these achievements themselves when Starfield releases in Early Access on September 1 and for everyone else on September 6.

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