Starfield: How to Get the Star Eagle Ship

The Star Eagle is a reward for a job well done in Starfield.

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The Star Eagle ship in Starfield is a Stroud-Eklund beauty worthy of the Freestar Collective. It’s bigger than the Frontier with more crew and cargo space, and it’s free. You’ll have to enact some cowboy justice to earn it, though. Here’s how to get the Star Eagle ship in Starfield.

How to Get the Star Eagle Ship in Starfield

To get the Star Eagle you need to first complete all the story quests related to the Free Rangers faction. To join the Free Rangers, head to The Rock in Akila City. If you’ve already done the main quest The Empty Nest you’ll have met the Marshall, Daniel Blake, and received the quest Deputized. Speak with Emma Wilcox in The Rock to officially join the Freestar Rangers.

Free Rangers Storyline Quests

  • Deputized
  • Where Hope is Built
  • Shadows in Neon
  • Surgical Strike
  • On the Run
  • First to Fight, First to Die
  • The Hammer Falls

Return to The Rock and speak with Marshall Blake to complete the storyline and get the Star Eagle. It’s a brown and white ship reminiscent of the Freestar Collective, and the Rangers themselves.

Screenshot by GameSkinny

Star Eagle Stats

In addition to the below stats, the Free Rangers take care of the registration fee for the ship, so you don’t have to pay to register it under your name.

  • A Reactor 29
  • 5 crew
  • 16 Lightyear Grav Jump distance
  • EM is 2
  • Missiles are 130
  • Lasers are 12
  • Shield is 760
  • Cargo Capacity: 2200
  • Hull Health: 948
  • Fuel: 140

That’s how to get the Star Eagle ship in Starfield. It’s a free ship with a lot of cargo space that can accommodate more crew than the Frontier. If you’re looking for more free ships, which ships are the best, or how to upgrade your current vessel, head over to our guide hub. We also have quest walkthroughs, item locations, and a breakdown on ship combat.

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Ashley Erickson

Ashley, otherwise known as Glitchiee, is an avid gamer of RPGs, TTRPGS, farming sims, The Sims, and a variety of games in between. Playing on the NES and SNES, collecting 1st gen Pokemon cards, and playing on her Gameboy color are some of her favorite memories from early childhood. Combined with a passion for writing, Ashley is focused on bringing the best news, guides, reviews and lists the industry has to offer.