Starfield 100% Planet Survey, Last Fauna Missing

In our Starfield 100% Planet Survey, Missing Last Fauna guide, we will give you some tips on how to find the last fauna and complete the scanning of a planet. Some of them are easier than others, naturally. There are planets that are teeming with life, both on land and in the water, which can make scanning a bit of a nightmare. Fortunately, there are steps you can follow to make things easier. So, here’s what you can do if you can’t find the last fauna in Starfield on planets like Nesoi, Indum II, Sumati, and others.

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Starfield 100% Planet Survey, Last Fauna Missing

How to Find Last Fauna Starfield 100% Planet Survey

There are several ways that you might be able to find the last missing fauna and achieve a 100% planet survey in Starfield. It depends on what planet you are on, of course, but there are a few tips that are universal. First of all, if you get the Biome Complete message on the left while your scanner is up, that means you’ve scanned everything that can be found in that location. It’s time to get back into the ship and travel to a different biome. If you’re, say, in the mountains, travel to a valley or something like that. That’s often going to solve your problem, but not always. Sometimes, the reason you’re stuck with one missing fauna is that they’re difficult to find and/or spot. Here are some steps that you should follow in order to scan everything.

The first thing you should do to find the last fauna in Starfield and get the coveted 100% planet survey and get the Biome Complete message is to walk slowly instead of running. At times, you might even want to stand in place and look around. This allows the fauna to spawn in, which the game struggles with sometimes. Moreover, some animals are tiny critters that are easily spooked. Standing still for a while can let you spot and scan them before they scatter. Next up, check in caves for any creepy-crawlies that might spawn in there. Last, but definitely not least, scan bodies of water. Stand on the coast of the ocean or a riverbank or a lake shore and scan for life forms. More often than not, that’s gonna be the solution to your problem. Obviously, the cause of your troubles could be a bug, but we can’t help you with that.

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