The Equilibrium Level in Honkai: Star Rail is needed for leveling up your character, ascending them, and unlocking new traces to get more powerful in battle. The Equilibrium Level is an in-game system that raises the difficulty of the game world by increasing the average level of enemies and encounters in Honkai: Star Rail. But keep in mind that Equilibrium Level is introduced only after you complete the quest To Rot or to Burn. In this guide, let us see how to get Equilibrium Level 3 in Honkai: Star Rail.
Equilibrium Level: What Is It? How to Unlock Level 3?
When a player’s Trailblaze Level reaches 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, and 65, the player must complete the corresponding Trial of the Equilibrium missions to increase their Equilibrium Level before further increasing their Trailblaze Level. Once the trial is successfully completed, the average enemy level in their world will be increased.
When you hit a new Equilibrium Level, the following are made available:
Here’s how you unlock Equilibrium Level 3:
To obtain Equilibrium Level 3 in Honkai: Star Rail, you will first need to reach Trailblazer Level 40. While it sounds simple and easy, it will take a long time. Upon reaching Trailblazer Level 40, you will unlock a new Trial to complete. Once you have completed the Trial successfully you will enter Equilibrium Level 3.
Trial of the Equilibrium: Part Three is the third part of the Trailblaze Mission chapter Universal Equilibrium which takes place in the Great Mine.
Upon completion, you will unlock the feature called “Relic Synthesis” It will also grant you the following rewards:
Notably, Hoyoverse is yet to develop the Level 4, 5, and 6 of the Equilibrium Levels.
Players need to keep in mind that the trials that they will fight will feature different enemies and only defeating them will allow you to get their hands on the rewards and a power-up.
But these trials get challenging with each attempt that you take. Therefore it is recommended that you complete a trial in one go if you do not want to make things complicated. To do this, however, you will need to research in advance what teams and five-star characters that you need to field before embarking on this trial.
One plan that always works best in these scenarios is taking a healer along with you to help your characters and sustain long battles.