All Honkai: Star Rail 1.1 livestream codes

Honkai: Star Rail livestream codes - The Astral Express and crew
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Honkai: Star Rail livestream codes are little freebies that miHoYo gives out for the sci-fi adventure to incentivise you to watch the update stream and see what's coming up for each new version of the game. As always, there are new five-star and four-star characters to wish on, so grabbing a few extra Stellar Jade by redeeming these codes won't hurt your chances, especially if you're a no-spend player.

While there are regular Honkai: Star Rail codes that release throughout the year and hang about as part of promotions, livestream codes only last a day or so, but they are the best way to get free Stellar Jade without farming chests, daily missions, or fighting bosses and enemies in the Simulated Universe and The Forgotten Hall.

Since this is the Honkai: Star Rail 1.1 livestream I'm not sure exactly when the codes will pop up, but I'll include them here as they drop during the stream, as well as instructions on how to redeem them down below. If it's anything like Genshin Impact, there should be three codes to grab that'll expire in about a day.

Honkai: Star Rail codes - All current livestream Stellar Jade

  • ZTPTNMTX8LUF - 100 Stellar Jade, 50,000 credits
  • 8A6T6LBFQ4D3 - 100 Stellar Jade, five Traveler's Guide
  • DB7A64BW8LC7 - 100 Stellar Jade, four Refined Aether
  • CS75WMP976AK - 100 Stellar Jade

How to redeem Honkai: Star Rail codes

To redeem your codes you'll need to have completed the opening section with Kafka and Silver Wolf, but otherwise, there are two ways to do it. The first is through the miHoYo redemption site: 

  • Open the official site
  • Log in and select your region
  • Copy a code into the box
  • Grab your rewards from the in-game mailbox

The second is through the game once you have access to the phone menu:

  • Open the menu
  • Click the three dots next to your avatar image
  • Select 'Redemption Code'
  • Copy a code in and redeem
  • Collect the rewards from the mailbox
Sean Martin
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Sean's first PC games were Full Throttle and Total Annihilation and his taste has stayed much the same since. When not scouring games for secrets or bashing his head against puzzles, you'll find him revisiting old Total War campaigns, agonizing over his Destiny 2 fit, or still trying to finish the Horus Heresy. Sean has also written for EDGE, Eurogamer, PCGamesN, Wireframe, EGMNOW, and Inverse.