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Honkai Star Rail Redeem Codes – May 2023



Honkai: StarRail is the latest Hoyoverse game added to their lineup of mobile (and PC) games, which means yes, the game has codes that you can redeem for premium currency.

In this case, Honkai: StarRailCheats’s reward Stellar Jade and the usual other goodies – money, experience and the like.

Below we list Honkai: StarRail redemption codes and explain how to use the codes.

Honkai: Star Rail codes for May 2023

active Honkai: StarRail The reward codes at the time of this writing are as follows:

  • 8A6T6LBFQ4D3
  • DB7A64BW8LC7
  • CS75WMP976AK

The first three codes in this list are from the Patch 1.1 livestream that aired on May 26 at 11:30 pm EDT, and the fourth code is a compensation for the broadcast delay. The first four codes expire on May 28 at 12:00 pm EDT, so be sure to activate them as soon as possible before they disappear.

(Unfortunately we can’t do the fancy “just click this link to redeem codes” thing we do for Genshin Impact more codes)

How to redeem codes in Honkai: Star Rail

You can activate the codes in the game by opening the menu and clicking on the ellipsis in the upper right corner. A “redemption code” option will appear that you can select.

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You can also redeem them online through Honkai: StarRail website redemption code. You will need to select the correct server and log in through the website to receive your reward. You will also need a working UID for Honkai: StarRail. If you have never entered Honkai: StarRail in any form using your Hoyoverse account, it will not work.

If you are just starting Honkai: StarRailyou can check out our beginner guide and gacha explanation.


Japanese ispace claims Hakuto-R crashed due to being entangled by crater rim



ispace has completed its analysis of data from the failed Hakuto-R lunar landing, and difficult terrain and a late change in landing site appear to be to blame. Apparently, Hakuto-R was able to complete the entire deceleration process in preparation for landing on the lunar soil. The spacecraft activated the descent sequence when it reached an altitude of about 100 kilometers (62 miles) and was able to slow down until it was moving at less than 1 m/s.

However, its software erroneously estimated its altitude to be zero when it was still hovering about 5 kilometers (3 miles) above the ground. In other words, he thought he had already landed before it did, and continued to descend at a very slow speed near the surface until his propulsion system ran out of fuel. ispace was unable to make contact with the spacecraft again, but believes it free-falled and eventually crashed on the Moon.

It’s like, but what about why? Well, the company believes that the most likely reason why the Hakuto-R software was suffering from the altitude estimation issue was that it got confused. As it flew towards the landing site, it flew over a large cliff that turned out to be the edge of a crater. The spacecraft’s on-board sensor took an altitude reading of 3 kilometers as it passed over high ground, which appears to have been greater than the estimated altitude value set by the Hakuto-R team beforehand.

The spacecraft software mistakenly believed that the sensor had reported an anomalous value and later continued to filter out the altitude measurements. Built into ispace is the ability to reject anomalous altitude measurements in the lander as a safety measure in the event of a hardware problem with the sensor. However, this backfired on Mission 1 because the landing sequence simulation did not account for the lunar environment along the spacecraft’s route. ispace has made the decision to change the landing site of the Hakuto-R after a critical review of the design had already been completed in 2021.

The Hakuto-R 1 mission was to be the first successful moon landing by a private company and the first Japanese moon landing in general. Although it failed to land on the Moon, ispace will use the mission data to develop preparatory landing sequences for Missions 2 and 3, scheduled to launch in 2024 and 2025, respectively.

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Honkai: Star Rail – where to find all the Eidolon pioneers



Honkai: StarRail’With The trailblazer is not just a one-time character. Like the Traveler in Genshin Impact, the Pathfinder can withstand a variety of weaknesses due to his ability to control more than one element. Each element also gives them the opportunity to play completely different roles depending on the team. Unfortunately, the Trailblazer also has a unique unlock method. Eidolons compared to other characters.

Eidolons are copies of characters that unlock additional abilities for each of them. For example, if you already have Dan Heng, but you draw it from the banner again, then this copy will give you an item that unlocks his first Eidolon (E1). You can unlock up to six Eidolons per character before Star Rail converts additional characters to another currency that can be spent in the in-game store.