Honkai Star Rail 1.0 Banner and event details

The first Honkai: Star Rail Banner and event details were officially announced for its 1.0 release.

In addition to revealing that a PlayStation version is in development, we now know that there will be two banner phases and the first limited-time events for patch 1.0, along with the first few story areas to explore, side activities to take part in, and Lots of main quests to solve!

These first Honkai: Star Rail Banners each feature one 5-star character, but we don’t yet know who the upgraded 4-star characters will be. Details were also revealed about the Exit, Standard, and first Cone of Light weapon posters in the game.

Below you can find out what the 1.0 banners and event schedule will be for the release date of Honkai: Star Rail and beyond, as well as everything else we know about the release of Star Rail.

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Honkai: Star Rail Banners 1.0

There are two 5-star characters that make their Banner debut in version 1.0: Seele and Jing Yuan.

Phase 1 begins with Seele, who appears in her Butterfly on Swordtip Banner. Seele is a 5-star character who attacks with the Quantum Element and follows The Hunt’s path, meaning she is best used for single-target damage.

The Light Cone weapon banner will include the Lightcone Hunt ‘In the Night’ in Phase 1 to run alongside Seele.

Banners 1.0 Phase 2 then switches to Jing Yuan, who appears in his Heavenly Spear Swirl banner. Jing Yuan is a 5-star character who attacks with Lightning Release and follows the path of Erudite, meaning he is best used for multi-target AOE (area of ​​effect) damage.

The Light Cone Weapon Banner will include the Erudition Lightcone ‘Before Dawn’ in Phase 2 to run alongside Jing Yuan.

There’s no official date for when Phase 1 ends and Phase 2 begins, and we don’t yet know who or what the 4-star characters and weapons featured on the banners will be, but we’ll update this page when it’s ready. official.

Version 1.3 is here! Be sure to redeem those new codes for Stellar Jade if you want Imbibitor Lunae or Fu Xuan, and check out all the characters in our regularly updated tier list. For everything else, we’ve got pages on the next Banner, answers to the Ministry of Education questionnaire, how to get more Star Rail passes, Stagnant Shadows and a list of English voice actors.

Honkai Events: Star Rail 1.0

In addition to all the launch content, we know about three limited-time events during Honkai: Star Rail 1.0. This means that, unlike other stories and side content, you must complete these challenges before the set end date or you will lose rewards.

We don’t know what dates these will take place, but here’s everything we know about the limited-time events in Honkai: Star Rail 1.0:

Honkai: Star Rail Boulder Town Super League Event

The Boulder Town Super League begins during Phase 2 of the 1.0 release.

From the live stream, it looks like Super League could be a permanent fixture, but there will be a limited-time challenge during patch 1.0 that you can complete for additional rewards.

For this fight club challenge, located in the underworld of Belobog, you will participate in five battles, where you will have to earn points to improve your ranking until you reach the top and win the ‘luxurious Scott Business Alliance reward’.

To start a battle, you must choose your party, then a random opponent from the league will be selected to face you. There is a preview of what their level and possible weakness will be, so build your party around this information if you want to win.

After defeating each opponent, you will gain a buff that you can use in other fights.

Honkai: Star Rail A World Beyond Login Event

For the launch of Star Rail, we will have a seven-day login event that rewards special Star Rail passes, which can be used to warp event banners, such as Seele and Jing Yuan.

All you have to do is log in on seven different days while the event is running to get a total of 10 Star Rail special passes.

All Stars Web Event Invite

By participating in the All Stars Invite web event, you will be able to get some useful in-game rewards when Star Rail 1.0 is released, including the chance to get 4-star Light Cone Weapons, Relics, Character EXP, Light Cone EXP and more.

You also get the chance to create a custom ticket, which we think is a nice touch that fits with the whole Star Rail vibe.

But wait, there is more! In addition to pre-registration rewards, there are more ways to earn special passes during version 1.0. We have more information on how to get these Special Passes and Regular Passes below.

Everything we know about the launch of Honkai: Star Rail 1.0

There’s a lot to come with the 1.0 release of Honkai: Star Rail! We’ll be highlighting all of the most important content below, but we’ll stick to what’s been officially announced, so nothing from the beta has been revealed yet, as it’s not guaranteed that everything will carry over to launch.

Here’s everything we know about the main content coming to Honkai: Star Rail during its 1.0 release:

Pioneering will

This permanent reward system gives you a total of 40 regular Star Rail passes and 1,600 Stellar Jade for reaching the required Trailblaze levels. Stellar Jade can be redeemed in exchange for regular or special Star Rail passes. So, that equates to a total of 50 banner runs.

Trailblaze’s level increases by completing activities such as story and side quests, opening chests, and using your daily Trailblaze power.

Output and standard banners

The standard banner is what you spend your normal Star Rail passes on to warp (pull) 5-star characters and 4-star characters and light cone weapons. This is a permanent banner that never disappears, but the departure banner only lasts for a total of 50 Warps.

It’s worth using your regular Star Rail Passes at the exit sign though, as there’s a 20% discount for a set of 10 Warps and you’re guaranteed a 5-star character within these 50 total rides.

With all the Free Passes earned, you will be able to obtain a 5-star character from the starting banner from the beginning of the game.

forgotten living room

This permanent game mode is a great way to earn rewards while testing the power of your chosen equipment. You have to defeat waves of enemies in the Forgotten Hall in a set number of turns (cycles), making these battles much higher at stake and making them much more difficult!

You enter each battle stage with your chosen team and must defeat set waves of enemies within the required cycles to earn your rewards and advance to the next stage. You can even get additional rewards for completing bonus objectives.

The other part of the Forgotten Hall is the ‘Memory of Chaos’, which contains the most difficult enemies and challenges. However, these challenges will be updated periodically so you can continue earning rewards from them.

For reaching a special stage of the Forgotten Hall, you can also obtain the 4-star character Qingque for free, who uses the Quantum Element and follows the path of Erudite, meaning it is best used for multiple AOE (area of effect). damage.

simulated universe

Like Forgotten Hall, Simulated Universe is also an optional, permanent game mode that tests your combat skills with rewards you can earn. However, there is no limit on turns. Instead, you explore areas and gain random buffs (Blessings) after each encounter, making it a more roguelike challenge.

You earn points for participating in the Simulated Universe, which you can then use to redeem rewards in the Herta store. These rewards are updated every week.

To get to a special stage, you can also get the 4-star character Herta for free, who uses the Ice Release, and also follows the path of The Erudite, which means she’s best used for AOE (area of ​​effect) multi-target damage.


As in the beta version, we will have three worlds to explore in Honkai: Star Rail 1.0:

  • Herta space station.
  • Jarilo-VI.
  • Xianzhou Luofa.

The Herta space station is where you start your Star Rail journey and is the smallest area in the game, but there’s still plenty to do on board, with plenty of side quests and optional content available.

Jarilo-VI contains the city of Belobog, which has a snowy world and a gloomy underworld, with characters from both areas joining the Astral Express crew on their adventures on the planet.

The underworld of Belobog.

The Xianzhou Alliance is a fleet of ships, one of which is the gigantic Luofa. In addition to exploring Central Starskiff Haven, Cloudfort, Stargazer Navalia, and Jade Gate, Exalting Sanctum is new in 1.0 and did not appear in any previous beta.

The new area of ​​the Exalting Sanctum of Xianzhou Luofa.

The 1.0 launch patch will also contain story content and side quests up to Xianzhou Luofa, and a bunch of other side activities to pass the time until the next patch brings us new banners, events, and story content.

If you’d like to find out more about the game before it’s released, we’ve got a Star Rail explainer detailing all the important features of the game and its connection to the larger Honkai universe.

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