The armor that you wear in Starfield can determine how well you will survive encounters with not only enemies but the environment as well.
This is why it’s best to change your armor to better options whenever you can as there are those with Rare, Epic, and Legendary variants.
Items with better rarity provide more benefits and we have listed not only the perks that your armor may have but also codes just in case you use the console to change them.
All Armor Perks and Mod Codes
Below are lists of the Armor Perks as well as their descriptions and codes that are available as rolls when you open a container or defeat an enemy that drops loot.
Tier 1 Armor Perks
Tier 1 Armor Perk
|Incoming Energy damage is reduced by 15%||0013369C|
|Anti-Ballistic||Incoming Ranged Physical damage is reduced by 15%|
|Alien enemies deal 15% less damage to you.||001336BD|
|Bolstering||+100 Energy and Physical resistance as your health becomes lower.|
|Become almost invisible as you are not moving while sneaking.||001336C1|
|Combat Veteran||Human enemies deal 15% less damage to you.|
|Oxygen capacity increased by 20%||000690B0|
|O2 Filter||Oxygen consumption reduced by 25%|
|Incoming Melee damage is reduced by 15%||00133699|
|Robot enemies deal 15% less damage to you.|
Tier 2 Armor Perks
Tier 2 Armor Perk
|Fall damage is reduced by 50%||000710FD|
|Analyzer||Deal 10% increased damage to scanned targets.|
|Increases Airborne Resistance by 25 points.||000710FA|
|Auto Medic||Med Pack is used automatically when health drops below 25%. (60 second cooldown)|
|Increases carry capacity by 20 points||002EDE4E|
|Galvanized||Increases Corrosive Resistance by 25 points.|
|Max Auto Hack attempts increased by 2.||002C43DA|
|Leadlined||Increases Radiation Resistance by 25 points.|
|Increases Thermal Resistance by 25 points.||000710F6|
|Resource Hauler||Reduces the weight of resources by 25%|
|Reduces weight of weapons by 50%||00060295|
Tier 3 Armor Perks
Tier 3 Armor Perk
|Increases carry capacity by 40 points||000BE542|
|Sentinel||When standing still, there is a 75% chance that damage is reduced by 50%|
|You have a 4% chance to reflect damage to attackers.||00059AE8|
|Repulsing||You have a 5% chance to reflect damage to nearby attackers.|
|You have a 10% chance to ignite nearby attackers.||00002983|
|Reactive||You have a 10% chance to stagger nearby attackers.|
|Damage with all Rifles is increased by 10%||002D01A2|
|Sensor Chip||You have 20% increased accuracy while firing and moving.|
|Your next attack after a headshot deals 25% more damage.||002C43DC|
|Assisted Carry||O2 drain is reduced by 75% when encumbered.|
|Incoming Physical, Energy, and Electromagnetic Damage is reduced by 10%|
Armor Perk Tiers
There are 3 Armor Perk Tiers/Groups that the rolls you have will depend on, with Rare, Epic, and Legendary having different roles.
Rare equipment will have a 1 roll from the Tier 1 armor perks while Epic items will have a perk roll from Tier 1 and Tier 2.
Legendary items will have a roll (3 different perks) from each of the Tier Groups, Tier 1, 2, and 3, giving you multiple options at random.
To make things short, see the roll options below:
- Rare Item (Tier 1 Perk)
- Epic Item (Tier 1 Perk + Tier 2 Perk)
- Legendary Item (Tier 1 Perk + Tier 2 Perk + Tier 3 Perk)
Getting good rolls is something that happens randomly, and you may never know what pops up until you loot the items that are around.
Some rolls may have the armor perks you want while others may seem to be a bit of trash but as you progress through the game, there is a lot more you can grab.
The use of the console to alter items and cheat in various ways may end up with you losing the ability to earn achievements but this does not carry over to other saves.