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How to Fix Sabotage Mission Bug in Starfield

Starfield is a space role-playing game by the award-winning creators of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

You can create any character and go on a journey to answer humanity’s greatest mystery.

Customize your character’s appearance, decide their background, and select their traits.

Join Constellation, the last group of space explorers finding artifacts throughout the galaxy.

Explore more than one thousand planets, navigate cities, and traverse wild landscapes.

You can also pilot and command the ship of your dreams, personalize the look of it, and more.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to fix the Ryujin Sabotage mission bug in Starfield on PC, Xbox, or PS4/PS5.

How to Fix Sabotage Mission Bug in Starfield

Here is a list of known fixes from the Starfield community:

  • Fix 1: For stealth, take off your suit, pack and helmet/stuff, and just wear street clothes. Weight affects the sneaking ability.(source: this_is_for_the_bois on Reddit).
  • Fix 2: After I sabotaged the air system, I couldn’t get back to the elevator shaft to get to the research level. You need jump back up to the fan area to the working elevator, take it to the ground level, then take it back up to the marketing level. Even though the alarm is on, they will let you go down the spiral stairs just far enough to reach the platform to the elevator shaft (source: StrikePrice on Reddit).
  • Fix 3: If you’re on PC and don’t mind using consoles commands or have the achievements enabler mod installed, type this in the console to teleport him to you: “Prid 00014E4F” and “Moveto Player” (source: Jonixxx on Reddit).
  • Fix 4: If you go down the spiral steps there’s a vent you can jump to that lets you drop to the R&D room (source: turtlexcore on Reddit).

Further reading

How to Fix Follow Distortions On Scanner Not Working in Starfield

How to Fix Turrets Cannot Be Fired Manually in Starfield

How to Fix Outpost Disappeared in Starfield


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