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The new No Man’s Sky update adds the Exo Mech Suit. These will allow you to explore planets easily and also mine and collect materials. In this No Man’s Sky guide, we are going to go over how you can get the Exo Mech Suit. How To Get The Exo Mech Suit In No Man’s Sky To get the exo mech suit, you need to go over tot he Anomaly. Purchase the plans for the Minotaur Geobay from the Construction Research Terminal. This will cost you 10 salvaged data. Once you have bought it, you need to craft it. After that, you can pilot your own mech in No Man’s Sky. Exo Mech Upgrades Once you have the suit, you can now upgrade it. The plans can be bought from space stations, from the Exocraft Specialist. The main one is the Terrain Manipulator. This allows you to mine deposits for…

Now that No Man’s Sky Living Ships update is out you may want to know how to farm more Quicksilver. The reason you need Quicksilver now is that the Living Ship can only be acquired with this premium currency. You can read our guide for the Living Ship for more details. How to Farm Quicksilver Getting Quicksilver is No Man’s Sky is extremely annoying and hard to do. It now becomes more annoying now that you want to get your hands on the Void Egg. The egg in question is used to hatch the Living Ship in No Man’s Sky. You need 3000 Quicksilver to buy one Void Egg and then wait for over 24 hours for it to hatch and give birth to the living ship. However, the process won’t start if you can’t get the Void Egg and for that, you need to farm Quicksilver. Those playing the…

Thanks to the continued efforts of Hello Games more content has arrived in No Man’s Sky. A very interesting “living ships” update has arrived in No Man’s Sky and in our living ships guide we will discuss how to get them,  or should I say, Hatch them? It’s a weird update! No Man’s Sky Living Ships Hatching Getting your hands on the living ships is a bit hard as you will need plenty of quicksilver. In case you don’t know, Quicksilver is a currency in No Man’s Sky so don’t confuse it with Marvel’s The Flash knock off. Moreover, Living ships are only available in one location and instead of getting the ships you actually hatch them from a Void Egg.  Speak with our friendly neighborhood The Nexus on the Space Anomaly. Complete the quests they give you in exchange for Quicksilver. The problem is that you can only one…

Repairing the ship in No Man’s Sky is important if you want to explore the universe and our No Man’s Sky Ship Repair Guide will help you with just that. No Man’s Sky Ship Repairs No Man’s Sky Ships are an important part of the game as you won’t able do anything without it. To fix the ship you need fist repair your scanner and after that, you need to repair the pulse engine and the launch thruster to get the ship working in No Man’s Sky. Our No Man’s Sky Ship Repair Guide will help you step-by-step on how to repair your ship. How To Repair Scanner Before repairing your ship, you need to get to it and for that, you’ll need a scanner to get to your ship. To fix your scanner you need to first collect 75 Ferrite Dust. 75 Ferrite Dust isn’t difficult to find as…

Inventory management is an important part of No Man’s Sky considering you’ll be collecting a lot of things. Our No Man’s Sky Inventory Management Guide will help you with tips on managing your inventory space and types of inventory. No Man’s Sky Inventory Management No Man’s Sky might’ve not been the game that devs promised at launch but it has improved significantly since then. One of the improvements were make to the game’s inventory and in our guide we will help you manage your inventory space and more. Inventory Type Before we start, let’s discuss the types of inventory in No Man’s Sky. The game features three types on inventory space namely General, technology, and Cargo. General As the name suggests, general inventory is for storing resources, valuables, component parts and the rest of the standard inventory items. Cargo Cargo storage s only available on the Exosuit which adds slots…

The refiner is one of the most important tools you’ll be using from the get-go in No Man’s Sky. A refiner will extract of one resource from another or combining more than one resource to form a useful one which will certainly help you develop tech faster. Read in our guide below to get informed about how a Refiner functions, and what you’ll need to build it in the game. Refiner In No Man’s Sky Thanks to how crucial a Refiner is to developing and utilizing resources, the game goes out of its way to establish its building procedure in a tutorial. The Refiner comes in three categories, depending on its functionality and capacity, with the portable being present in the tutorial. Its blueprint is present by default in the “portable technology” tab. Simply invest 50 Ferrite Dust (Metal Plating) and 30 Oxygen for the crafting process to be completed.…

There’s a huge variety of resources to be collected in the world of No Man’s Sky. Some resources are more valuable than others, be it in terms of utility or that of monetary value. Gravitino Balls are one such resource which might stand above the majority of other resources when it comes to earning money. Here’s how you farm this particular resource in No Man’s Sky. No Man’s Sky Gravitino Balls Farming Guide we are going to explain how you can farm Gravitino Balls in the game. Farming Gravitino Balls in No Man’s Sky The in-game description of Gravitino Balls states the resource as “extremely rare and valuable”. This is definitely true since each unit of Gravitino Balls has a staggering base value of 12,445 Units. Such a high monetary value automatically puts assigns the function of “trade commodity” to the resource. In appearance, Gravitino Balls are growing blobs of…

Like all resources in No Man’s Sky Beyond, milk is an important material that can be utilized for different purposes. But as far as every interaction with creatures goes, you’ll need to tame it first and then follow the procedure of acquiring milk from it. In this guide, we are going to walk you through how you can milk creatures in No Man’s Sky. How to Milk Creatures in No Man’s Sky Beyond Before you can interact with a creature, you’ll need to ensure that you tame it. Otherwise, the alien will just flee at the sight of you. We have a separate Creature taming guide for you. You’re prompted to construct a Nutrient Processor and cook a preferred bait for the creature by scanning it with your Analysis Visor. Now when you’re harvesting the animal for materials, you might obtain milk as a result. Other times, you’ll be granted…

Most of the resources in No Man’s Sky are acquired by harvesting planets, creatures or asteroids. However, other items are not obtained in a straight-forward manner and requires a tad bit more work. Chromatic Metal, is not found on it’s own but has to be crafted from other elements. No Man’s Sky Chromatic Metal is a useful resource and will help you in crafting a bunch of technology and devices. Here’s everything you need to know about farming Chromatic Metal in No Man’s Sky. Farming Chromatic Metal in No Man’s Sky Chromatic Metal is a processed metal alloy that can be obtained via the process of Refining existing metal elements. A Refiner can be built once the blueprint is acquired (you will come across it early in the game). After investing Metal Plating (50 Ferrite) and 30 Oxygen, the refiner can be used on various metals for Chromatic Metal. These…

Ships are a must have in No Man’s Sky but different ship classes and class rating can make it difficult to choose. Our No man’s Sky Ships Guide will help you with all ship classes, how to acquire an exotic ship and more. No Man’s Sky Ships Ships are the essential tools for No man’s Sky players as without them you can’t go anywhere. Players can own multiple ships and can store them a freighter, if they have purchased one. Our No man’s Sky Ships Guide will help you with all of the ship classes in the game, how to buy new one and how to get an exotic ship. Ship Classes There are basically four ship classes in No Man’s Sky with each class having unique attributes. Also, each ship has a class rating ranging from C to S, determining how good a ship actually is for its task.…