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Favorite Nanite farming method

Idk who needs to hear this but pirate system farming is my favorite way to get 10’s of thousands of nanites pretty quickly. It’s not hard to net 50+k in an hour. You do need a Units bankroll but salvaging a couple Interceptors is more than enough to get started.

Any time I’m exploring the galaxy or searching for the coolest Interceptor in the universe I’ll stop at a pirate system every 3-5 warps to buy out the Suspicious Packet stock (tech and weaponry) and check out the local solar ships.

If I need a pile of nanites quickly to upgrade a ship or something I’ll hit up pirate systems back to back. I go to the station vendor and buy all the tech and weapon packets, and then go to one trade depot and buy them out too. Then warp to the next system and do it again. Once I have a stack or two of each packet I open them all up and sell them to an upgrade vendor.

One stack of 50 nets around 16-17k nanites. You can get a stack of each, tech and weaponry, in about 5-6 warps. It’s FREE REAL ESTATE!

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Adjacency Bonus for figurines?

Adjacency Bonus for figurines?

I thought there was supposed to be an adjacency Bonus for Nada and Polo. But when I bought Nada with QS last night and stuck him next to the Poli that came with my star born runner, it does nothing. No bonuses to maneuverability or anything else. And you can see, Nada is giving me nada! He’s not even highlighted like Polo. Am I missing something? Or did I completely waste my QS??

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Extended Free Weekend

Extended Free Weekend

In its free weekend round two announcement, Hello Games says its first attempt “worked better than expected” and No Man’s Sky “started the year with more players than we’ve EVER had at this time of year”, adding, “Our large and friendly community did us proud and jumped at the opportunity to welcome these new Travellers with open arms and show them the ropes.”

As before, No Man’s Sky’s free weekend is open to players on all platforms – Switch, Xbox, PlayStation, and PC – and the latest festivities conclude on Monday, 26th February. Any progress made during the event will be carried over to the full game if you’re convinced enough that you decide to make a purchase, and the previous 50 percent discount is still available across digital storefronts, meaning you can pick it up for around £19.99.

This second free weekend event follows last week’s launch of No Man’s Sky’s Omega update, which added the likes of procedurally generated on-plant missions, the ability to captain imposing Dreadnought capital ships, a revised Atlas Path quest line, and a major overhaul for Expeditions – No Man’s Sky’s limited-time curated campaigns. And speaking of Expeditions, the game’s 12th – titled Omega, appropriately enough – is currently live, meaning you’ll be able to give it a go if you happen to hop on during the free weekend.

Hello Games ends its free weekend redux announcement saying it’s got “big and ambitious updates for No Man’s Sky planned this year”. And, of course, there’s the far from small matter of its next project – the intriguing procedurally generated fantasy planet sim Light No Fire – which the studio unveiled at the end of last year.

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