How to Get the Starfield Chronomark Watch

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How to Get the Starfield Chronomark Watch

How do you feel about your favorite games? Do you mainly focus on the game itself, or do you often buy its merch and other exclusive goodies to show your dedication? For many people, a fun way to display interest in Starfield is to purchase and wear the Chronomark Watch. However, getting your hands on it is no easy task, and I’m here to tell you why. Continue reading to discover how to get the Starfield Chronomark watch.

Where to Get the Starfield Chronomark Watch

The Starfield Chronomark watch and case are items exclusive to the game’s Constellation Edition, priced at $299 or your regional equivalent. Constellation is Starfield’s priciest edition, available as a physical copy only, and features the base game, early access, and other exclusive perks.

The downside? Constellation Edition is available in limited stock and sold out shortly after its release. While it has made some returns, it’s no surprise if every copy is purchased again quickly. Sites like Bethesda’s International Gear shop have Xbox copies available, so not all hope is lost yet!

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Starfield Constellation Edition availability also depends on your country’s stores and whether they’re actively resupplying it. For example, while it’s been out of stock in the USA and Canada for months, regions like the UK and Australia still have it available, as pointed out by various Redditors in the r/Starfield subreddit.

Otherwise, unless you’re willing to dive into Amazon or even Facebook Marketplace after the game’s launch, getting your hands on the Chronomark Watch will be no simple task. Just be careful of the sites you visit and who you buy from!

Starfield will be available on September 6, 2023, on PC and Xbox Series X|S. To learn more about the game, check out whether Starfield supports mods, or click the game tag below to browse our growing content collection!

About the Author

Madison Benson

Madison is a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.