How to Install the Comspike Module in Starfield

If you've never built on your ship before, this is a confusing question.

Starfield Jazz
Image via Prima Games.

As you enter into the final mission of Starfield’s Crimson Fleet storyline, Eye of the Storm, Delgado will ask you to make the jump to Bannoc IV to infiltrate the Legacy and acquire the money. Before you can make the jump, though, you’ll need to get the Comspike Module and Conduction Grid installed onto your ship. How you do so can be a little confusing. Here’s how to install the Comspike Module in Starfield.

How to Put the Comspike Module Onto Your Ship in Starfield

Once you finish with the initial conversation with Delgado, speak with Jazz next to him and select the dialogue option “Mind helping me with my ship?”. From there, select the option “I’d like to view and modify my ships.” to open up the usual ship menu. Open up the Ship Builder menu by pressing the key listed in the bottom right, press the Add button, and then navigate the menus until you reach the Equipment section.

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Starfield Comspike Module
Screenshot by Prima Games

Once in the Equipment section, select the free Conduction Grid and add it to your ship on a free spot. From there, do the same with the Comspike Module and ensure both are firmly attached. If done correctly, there should be two more modules now attached to your ship. When it’s good to go, exit out of the Ship Builder and accept the modifications.

Once both are installed, you’ll be free to leave the Key and proceed to the UC Vigilance to continue the Eye of the Storm mission. All of your work over the last several missions has led to this moment, so be sure you’re prepared. Things could get pretty ugly, depending on how you play this out.

If you’re curious about other aspects of shipbuilding, check out our guide on how to upgrade your ship in Starfield.

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