Starfield: The Strix System [Location & Overview]

The Starfield Strix System guide will showcase an overview of the Strix as well as all of it's planets and moons!

Starfield has one of the largest planets and systems collections, such as the Starfield Strix System, which has 6 planets, 9 moons, and a 1.55G gravity. Players might want to know more about the Strix System; therefore, a detailed walkthrough of how to get there might be required! 

Key Takeaways
  • There are six planets and nine moons, such as the Strix I, Strix II, Strix III, Strix IV, Strix V, and Strix VI in Starfield
  • The Strix System in Starfield is a vast star system that players can travel to. 
  • To get to the Strix System, players will need to start from Alpha Centauri, then go through Narion, Cheyenne, then through Kryx, and then reach Strix. 
  • The optimal course should be through Alpha Centauri, then carrying out 2-3 jumps from Kryx to reach Strix. 
  • The Strix System has a level cap of 70 for exploring with 1.55 G gravity and a tolerable temperature relative to Starfield standards.  

What Is The Strix System In Starfield?

Strix Overview
Strix Overview (Screenshot By eXputer)

The Strix itself is a star system amongst the other 100 star systems that are present in Starfield, having up to fifteen planets and moons combined, which players can explore and see their different fauna and flora, as well as their overall stats. 

Important: The Strix System has nine moons, six planets, a K0 Spectral Class, and 0.75SM Mass. Amongst the six planets in the star system, sub-areas within these planets have been categorized as planets I-a or III-b, making it all the more interesting.

Strix System Location In Starfield

When it comes to locating the Strix System, I recommend players know that making their way over there is not easy due to the requirement of carrying out a lot of Grav Jump.

  • The System is surrounded by 2 star systems, specifically the Pyraas and the Rana star systems. 
  • Strix is known to be located towards the very eastern end of the Starfield map, making it one of the most tedious star systems to travel towards. 
    Alpha Centauri
    Alpha Centauri (Image Credits eXputer)

If you’re starting your journey from Alpha Centauri, charting your course will be a bit hectic since if you look at the map, you can see the following star systems towards the right. 

  • Sol can be seen towards the upper side of Alpha Centauri, while Narion can be seen towards the northern side, and Olympus can be seen towards the eastern side.
    Narion Closeby
    Narion Closeby (Image Taken By eXputer)
  • Then, the Cheyenne star system can be seen towards the upper right side of Narion, while the Volii system can be seen towards the eastern end of Olympus. 
    Cheyenne And Krix
    Cheyenne And Krix (Image Credits eXputer)
  • Then you have the Kryx system, the Ixyll system towards the North side, and the Strix System towards the eastern end. 

Now, when it comes to actually heading over to the Strix, the best-charted route that I would recommend is as follows: 

Chart Course To Strix
Chart Course To Strix (Image Taken By eXputer)
  1. Start from Alpha Centauri and head past Narion to Cheyenne. 
  2. After that, head east and move over to the Kryx. 
  3. Afterward, you must make 2-3 jumps to head to the Starfield Strix System. 
  4. The journey will be carried out with the Strix destination towards the map’s eastern end. 

Starfield Strix System Overview

Now that you have the method to make your way over to the Strix star system, let’s delve into the System as a whole. 

  • The System is a level 70 area, and it is a pretty rocky area, with 1.55 G gravity and a temperate temperature. 
  • Its Atmosphere has a high o2 content, while a ton of Fauna, Flora, and water is safe to consume. 
strix I starfield
Strix I planet (Image Taken By eXputer)

As someone who has played for hours exploring these planets, there is a total of 6 planets and nine moons, including:

  • Strix I
  • Strix I-a
  • Strix II 
  • Strix III
  • Strix III-a
  • Strix III-b 
  • Strix III-c
  • Strix III-d
  • Strix IV
  • Strix IV-a
  • Strix V 
  • Strix VI
  • Strix VI-a
  • Strix VI-b
  • Strix VI-c

And that’s just about it! All that players need to know about the Starfield Strix System, so let’s wrap up the guide! While you’re here, why not read up on the Starfield Ship Storage guide? The How To Use Boost Packs Starfield guide will also showcase how to use the Boost Packs in great detail! As a heads-up, if you’re struggling with combat XP and leveling skills, then the Strix I is a great planet!

With that, the Starfield Digipick guide will tell you everything you need to know about Digipicks! Lastly, the Best Background Starfield guide is worth it!

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