How to Unlock Daily Missions in Honkai Star Rail

Knowing how to unlock daily missions in Honkai Star Rail is pretty advantageous, since they are a great source of EXP. Plus, they’re pretty easy to complete; if you’ve devoted any time to Genshin, you’ll feel right at home. So, with all of that said, let’s find out how to unlock Honkai Star Rail daily quests.

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how to unlock daily missions in honkai star rail
How to Unlock Daily Missions in Honkai Star Rail

How to Unlock Daily Quests in Honkai Star Rail

To unlock and get the daily quests or missions in Honkai Star Rail, you just have to progress through the game. Specifically, you need to reach Trailblaze Level 11. If you want to know how to do that more efficiently, check out our Honkai Star Rail leveling guide. Anyways, the game will inform you when you get access to daily missions (called Daily Training) and how to get access to them once you get to the appropriate level. All in all, the strategy is to just play the game and you’ll get there eventually. These missions are nothing too hard, mirroring the structure from Genshin Impact. You know, go to the place and take a photo or save the NPC or something like that.

And there you go, that’s how you unlock daily missions or quests in Honkai Star Rail. Again, it’s no big deal, all things considered; just be patient and keep plugging on until you get access to them. These training missions are a valuable source of EXP, so be sure to do them as much as you can. By the way, they dailies are random, and as far as we can tell, you can only do one a day. We could be wrong, so let us know in the comments if we are. If you need help with something else in Honkai Star Rail, check out some of our other guides. We have articles like Softlock Silver Wolf First Fight Fix, How to Claim Web Event Rewards and Pre-Registration Rewards, and more.

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