|The subject of this article is from the Atlas Rises update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 23 July, 2018.
Crafting is one of the four foundation pillars of No Man's Sky.
Summary[edit | edit source]
The Player can craft technology upgrades for their exosuit, starships, Multi-tool, Exocrafts, and Freighter using blueprints found throughout the universe, You can purchase blueprints in space stations, you find them in observatories or manufacturing plant, or they are awarded by NPCs.
- components for more complex items and blueprints
- more efficient fuel technologies (compared to fuel elements directly)
- commodity profit while trading
- base construction parts
From 1.5 on, the player also crafts ammo for projectile weapons.
See also Refiner.
Dismantling upgrades[edit | edit source]
Certain products and upgrades can be dismantled (i.e. broken down into basic elements with a 25-50% recovery rate). Crafting items might allow a player to save space by filling one slot with a crafted object instead of having to use three slots for the resources involved. It will also allow a player to recycle components while building upgrades, rather than simply discarding or selling the older components. When an upgrade is dismantled, the raw materials returned are roughly half the totals used to originally craft the item.
Additional Information[edit | edit source]
- As of Atlas Rises update v1.35 it is now possible to craft multiples of the same product at once, as well as craft the same product on top of an existing stack.