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How to Get More Resources Analyzer Charges in Grounded

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If you are playing Grounded than you already know that the most useful tool in the game is the Resource Analyzer. The tool is key for your progression in the game and you will come across it within the very first few minutes of Grounded. In fact, it is part of the game’s tutorial missions. Resource Analyzer is a computer machine that is used to analyze various items in Grounded. Analyzing Resources get you Raw Science which helps you unlock crafting recipes. You can unlock recipes directly related to the item you analyze but there is a limit to how many times you can analyze an item. The Grounded Resource Analyzer runs on charges and it can only have 3 changes at a time. In this guide, we will explain how to get more charges for resource analyzer in Grounded.

Grounded: How to Get More Resource Analyzer Charges

There is literally nothing you have to do to get more charges in Grounded. The resource analyzer charges are tied to a timer. Once you use all three of your charges the battery will run out. It will go red and you will see a timer below the battery. The timer will show you how long before you will get another charge.

It can take up to 10 minutes to get a charge for your resource analyzer. To speed up the process of getting more charges in Grounded you should use your charges close to the very end of the day. At night you can sleep and pass time. When you wake up your resource analyzer charges will be back up to 3.

Apart from this, there is no other way to get more charges in the game during day time. During day time you must wait for the timer to run out. You can, of course, use your charges during the day and keep doing missions to pass the time and come back to the research analyzer. It is a waiting game in both ways. The good news is that Grounded is in early access so depending on user feedback developers might add more ways of getting resource analyzer charges in Grounded.

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An avid fan of the stealth-shooter genre, Jake is Respawnfirst's co-founder and Lead News Editor with over 5-years of experience. He prefers tactical-based shooters over mainstream titles and regards PS4 and PC as his choice of gaming platforms.

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