How to Get Antixeno Armor in Starfield

Take down those aliens in style!

Starfield Antixeno Armor
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As you make your way through the expansive game that is Starfield, you’re bound to find a whole host of different gear that can aid you in taking down enemies. This usually comes in the form of new weapons but can also come with new spacesuits, packs, and space helmets. One such set of armor takes some work to be acquired but is well worth it. Here’s how to get the Antixeno armor in Starfield.

Where to Find Antixeno Armor in Starfield

Starfield Londinion Antixeno Armory
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The Antixeno armor can be found during the mission Hostile Intelligence, when reaching the city of Londinion in the Toliman system. As you’re being briefed for the difficult mission ahead, you’ll be pointed to the Armory of Forward Base 441. Head there, and you’ll find the Antixeno armor laid out on the table, free for the taking.

Alongside grabbing all the Antixeno armor and the hilariously underpowered Grendel, you can speak to the man standing next to the table. He’ll give you the X-989 Microgun, courtesy of the UC Cabinet. You’ll want to use this for this mission, thanks to its unique perks and extremely powerful damage.

How to Get to the Hostile Intelligence Mission in Starfield

Starfield Hadrian Hostile Intelligence
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The Hostile Intelligence mission appears as the penultimate mission in the United Colonies storyline. To reach this point, you’ll need to speak with Commander Tuala at the MAST building in New Atlantis after completing the mission The Old Neighborhood. Ask to become a member of the Vanguard, then complete the following missions:

  • Supra Et Ultra
  • Grunt Work
  • Delivering Devils
  • Eyewitness
  • Friends Like These
  • The Devils You Know
  • War Relics

Starfield Antixeno Armor Stats

It’s worth keeping in mind that the different resistances may be higher or based on your level going into the Hostile Intelligence mission, but the perks will always be the same.

Sentinel’s Advanced UC Antixeno Spacesuit

Starfield Antixeno Armor Spacesuit
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  • PHYS: 124
  • ENGY: 140
  • EM: 132
  • Thermal: 0
  • Airborne: 30
  • Corrosive: 10
  • Radiation: 20
  • Mass: 14.90
  • Value: 19501

Beast Hunter: -15% damage from Alien enemies.
Auto-Medic: Automatically use a Med Pack when hit and health is below 25%
Sentinel: 75% chance to reduce damage by 50% while standing still.

Armor-Plated Advanced UC Antixeno Power Pack

Starfield Antixeno Armor pack
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  • PHYS: 68
  • ENGY: 66
  • EM: 70
  • Thermal: 10
  • Airborne: 0
  • Corrosive: 0
  • Radiation: 20
  • Mass: 8.80
  • Value: 6212

Sturdy: -15% incoming melee damage
Fastened: +20 carry capacity.
Armor-Plated: -10% incoming Physical, Energy, and EM damage.
Power Boostpack

Incendiary Advanced UC Antixeno Space Helmet

Starfield Antixeno Armor Helmet
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  • PHYS: 68
  • ENGY: 66
  • EM: 70
  • Thermal: 10
  • Airborne: 0
  • Corrosive: 0
  • Radiation: 20
  • Mass: 4.80

Beast Hunter: -15% damage from Alien enemies.
Analyzer: +10% damage to scanned targets.
Incendiary: 10% chance to ignite nearby attackers.

Is the Antixeno Armor Worth Using?

While the Antixeno armor is mainly useful for the Hostile Intelligence mission, arguments could be made for or against using it. It’s a solid armor set, and I’m personally a huge fan of that 20-inclined carry capacity, but it’s up to par with the other armor sets in the game. As for the Microgun they give you, seeing its stats makes it instantly clear that it’ll soon become a staple of your arsenal. The enemies you kill with it are only further proof of that.

If you’re looking for some other sets of armor, check out our guide on how to get the Lodge Basement armor in Starfield.

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