How to Get Fiscal Quarter in Starfield

Let's hope you have a good quarter!

Starfield Fiscal Quarter Unique Rifle
Screenshot by Prima Games

There are numerous benefits to partaking in Constellation’s exploration efforts, but none pay quite as well as Walter Stroud. He’s the money behind the entire organization and half of the leadership at Stroud-Eklund. To say he’s loaded would feel like the understatement of the century, which is why he’s willing to pay above and beyond for specific jobs. One of those jobs will grant you a unique rifle. Here’s how to get Fiscal Quarter in Starfield!

Where to Get Fiscal Quarter in Starfield

Starfield Walter
Screenshot by Prima Games

To get Fiscal Quarter in Starfield, you must progress through the main storyline until you reach a point where Walter Stroud will request your help. You must complete “All That Money Can Buy,” as a reward, Walter will provide you with this rare rifle.

It’s a unique variant of the Maelstrom, an early-game weapon that serves its purpose adequately. This one deals armor-piercing damage, making it more viable as you move into Starfield’s mid-game.

Fiscal Quarter Stats and Details

Starfield Fiscal Quarter Stats
Screenshot by Prima Games

While it’s true that the Maelstrom isn’t the most formidable weapon in the game, at least it’s better than the Grendel. Plus, the ammunition is readily available and cheap. But the pre-equipped weapon modifications and Shattering effect make this a viable weapon for an assault rifle build.

  • Weapon Type: Rifle
  • Damage Type: Physical
  • Damage: 5
  • Ammunition Type: 6.5MM CT
  • Magazine Size: 40
  • Fire Rate: 180
  • Range: 40
  • Accuracy: 73.5%
  • Mass: 4.30
  • Value: 3740
  • Mod Slot 1: Short Scope
  • Mod Slot 2: Compensator
  • Mod Slot 3: Tactical Grip
  • Mod Slot 4: Armor-Piercing Rounds
  • Mod Slot 5: Hair Trigger
  • Rare Effect: Shattering – Break through the most rigid enemy armor.
  • Item ID: 19F5

Hey, it’s a free weapon. You won’t be too far into the main storyline when Walter hands this one over, so it’s a nice, useful assault rifle that scales well with Ballistics and Rifle Certification. With a few points into both, you’ll wind up tanking through most scenarios to complete the campaign.

For another unique weapon you can get your hands on, check out how to get the Hunterwulf in Starfield.

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