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Saburo’s Solution

Saburo’s Solution is a mission you can find and complete in Starfield.

Saburo’s Solution
Location Mining League
XP Reward 100

Saburo’s Solution overview

Saburo’s Solution is a Starfield Miscellaneous quest. Like all other Starfield missions, you can find the full details of Saburo’s Solution in your mission log, and you can easily find your next objective location by following the quest marker, or by entering the scanner mode and following Starfield’s breadcrumb trail.

Previous quest: None

Following quest: None

Saburo is a struggling merchant in the city of Neon, but he believes that handing out a few flyers to the other local vendors might be enough to drum up some more business for everyone involved.

Saburo’s Solution objectives

Most Starfield missions consist of several objectives that you must complete to advance the quest. As you complete each objective, your journal will be updated with the next objective.

Specific objectives and checkpoints have not yet been confirmed for this Starfield mission.

Saburo’s Solution reward

Completing Saburo’s Solution provides the player with 100 experience.

Some quests also provide additional rewards:

This quest does not reward the player with any unique weapons, armor, or items.

No additional rewards have been confirmed.

Saburo’s Solution mission console commands

If you just want to start the Saburo’s Solution mission, all you need to do is enter the following Starfield console command to begin:

startquest 0006E0A1

Be warned that attempting to start a quest that requires specific triggers or hidden markers can result in game instability, so it is recommended you save your game before trying any commands. If however you are encountering a Starfield bug that prevents the mission from advancing, you might want to try the following:

resetquest 0006E0A1

The above command will completely reset a quest (make sure you save your game beforehand in case it causes a crash to desktop). It also has the potential to prevent that quest from ever completing, meaning you’ll need to use the completequest 0006E0A1 command to progress.