Honkai Star Rail’s major 1.5 update “The Crepuscule Zone” will launch on November 15th worldwide for iOS, Android, PC, and PS5. This follows the major 1.5 update that saw the game debut on PS5 worldwide. This update is giving the game a spooky vibe for the season. The highlights include the Fyxestroll Garden new location in the Xianzhou Luofu which features many paranormal cases. Players will be able to form a ghost-hunting squad and take on a quest to unravel the mysteries here. The update will also bring in three new playable characters – Huohuo, Hanya, and Argenti. There will also be additional events like helping March 7th restore her cherished photographs to their original conditions. The update will bring in a Guest Book feature letting players check on the visiting history of their friends in the Astral Express. Watch the Honkai Star Rail version 1.5 “The Crepuscule Zone” update trailer below:

Full patch notes for 1.5 will be revealed closer to launch as usual, and pre-installation should go live a few days prior on PC and mobile platforms. I’ve been playing it quite a bit more recently thanks to the PS5 version and also on my iPhone 15 Pro with touch controls and the superb performance. If you’ve not gotten Honkai Star Rail yet, you can download it on the App Store for iOS here, on Google Play for Android here, and here on the Epic Games Store in addition to its regular PC version. Check it out here on PS5. Have you been playing Honkai Star Rail regularly since it launched on mobile and PC and will you be trying it on PS5?

Mikhail Madnani

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