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How to Get Equilibrium Level 2 in Honkai Star Rail

Time to level up.

by Jesse Vitelli

Gaining levels in Honkai Star Rail is how you will be able to continue pushing further and further into the endgame. However, there are some level caps you’ll need to get over in order to do this. Between ascending characters and getting enough material to level them, you’ll also need to increase your Equilibrium Level. Here’ show to get Equilibrium Level 2 in Hankai Star Rail.

How to Get Equilibrium Level 2 in Honkai Star Rail

To obtain Equilibrium Level 2 in Honkai Star Rail, you will need to hit Trailblazer Level 30. You will not be able to take the trial of Equilibrium for Level 2 until this happens. Once you hit level 30, you’ll unlock the second part of the Equilibrium Trial and have the ability to take it on.

Defeat the Trial, and you’ll unlock Equilibrium Level 2 and be able to enhance your characters, light cones, and more to level 50. This will be key to pushing forward in other areas of the game, like the Simulated Universe, Forgotten Halls, and other repeatable activities to earn currency and more Star Rail Passes for character warps.

Your Trailblazer Level pretty much dictates everything in Honkai Star Rail, from main missions to other activities, that will all be determined by your Trailblazer Level.

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Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to unlock Equilibrium Level 2 in Honkai Star Rail. For more out-of-this-world tips and tricks for Honkai Star Rial, stay connected with Prima Games. We’ve got everything you’ll need to hit all of the different thresholds and barricades the game will throw up. Here are all of the Exalting Sanctum treasure chest locations so you can get that sweet Trailblazer experience.

Honkai Star Rail is available on PC and mobile.

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Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him thinking about his ever-expanding backlog of games he won't play and being constantly dehydrated. Do not contact him.

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