You have nothing to fear from CO2 in Starfield: no matter how much you sprint or how much you’re carrying, it’ll never kill you

Do you, like me, have an inescapable compulsion to thoroughly survey every barren rock, volcanic wasteland, and frozen desert that Starfield takes you to? Do you, like me, also have a tendency to hoard resources for the game’s crafting and research systems? Then you, like me, have probably also experienced the agonising tedium of walking veeery slowly towards a point of interest because you’re severely over-encumbered and worried about accidentally killing yourself by running and draining all your O2. But guess what? You don’t have to.

Yep, it turns out that—no matter how hard you try or how much loot is weighing you down—you can’t die from maxing out your CO2 meter in Starfield. If you drain your O2 gauge and fill your CO2, the worst that will happen is your health getting reduced to 10% of its maximum (and your vision getting a bit swimmy). So unless you’re in combat or subject to some kind of other health-draining status effect, you can effectively sprint infinitely whether you’re over-burdened or not. Look, here’s a video of me verifying it for myself:

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