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The subject of this article is from the NEXT update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 24 July, 2018.
Nomad, Colossus, and Roamer with their respective geobays (left to right)

Exocraft are planetary exploration vehicles

Summary[edit | edit source]

Exocraft are planetary exploration vehicles.

Three are available, and can be used to explore any planet as long as a geobay is built. In order to build any of the exocraft bays, a base must be built first to unlock its blueprint by building an Exocraft Terminal. You unlock the Exocraft Terminal by continuing the Overseer questline.

Nomad[edit | edit source]

Nomad gliding over water
(recommended for Portal Travellers)

The smallest and lightest Exocraft is the Nomad. What it may lack in cargo space, this hovercraft makes up for in speed, agility and its ability to glide over water.

The Nomad has an Exocraft Acceleration Module pre-built.

Roamer[edit | edit source]

The Roamer in action.

The mid-range Exocraft is the Roamer, a great all-rounder capable of quickly crossing rugged terrain and adapting to most situations.

Colossus[edit | edit source]

The Colossus is the largest of the Exocraft. This lumbering behemoth offers an enormous cargo hold perfect for those looking to harvest resources.

The Colossus has an Exocraft Mining Laser pre-built.

Due to its weak engine and general lack of grip, it was often regarded as a mobile cargo unit. To amend this problem and make it a proper space truck the Colossus received an update in NEXT, giving it more speed and agility. With the free calling of all ships and possesion without a freighter, it also lost its value as a cargo unit. Thus the update kept it relevant.

Acquiring Exocraft[edit | edit source]

After constructing an Exocraft Terminal, acquire Exocraft by hiring a Vy'keen Technician for your planetary base and completing a new series of missions. You can place a Geobay on any planet. Doing so will summon the corresponding Exocraft. All Exocraft keep their inventories and installed tech when summoned, even on different planets.

Upgrades[edit | edit source]

Release history[edit | edit source]

  • Pathfinder - added as an important extension to game mechanics

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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