While you’ll find that a majority of the quests in Bethesda’s space RPG are quite self-explanatory with little to no complications, there are some that require extra thought and ask you to make a big choice.
The Starfield Entangled quest is one of the more complicated missions in the game that needs explaining.
You unlock Entangled after completing High Price to Pay, another quest with a big, game-changing decision.
During Entangled, you’ll make your way to the High Energy Research Lab to investigate a distress signal. Spoilers follow.
Essentially, you’ll be hopping between two different realities in the mission, and the game tells you that you can only save one. That might not be entirely true.
Read on to find out how to save everyone in the Starfield Entangled quest.
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In the Starfield Entangled quest, you’re given two choices: Save Rafael the scientist or save everyone else by choosing which reality you end the mission in. One person over many? That’s the choice the game gives you.
If you save Rafael, you will earn yourself 800 XP, 14,800 credits and a bunch of crafting materials upon completing the quest. You will also be able to recruit Rafael as a companion by speaking to him at the Viewport in New Atlantis.
If you choose this reality and save everyone else at the research station apart from Rafael, you will earn 800 XP, 11,800 credits and the experimental Nishina helmet and space suit.
While these are the two choices the game tells you about, there is, in fact, a much better third choice.
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