Heridium

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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.

The subject of this article is from a previous version of No Man's Sky and is now considered obsolete.
The information from this article is kept for historical purposes and should not be further categorised.
Heridium
Heridium
Type Silicate
Rarity Common
Blueprint Value 27.5 Units.png
Symbol Hr
Updated Atlas Rises

Heridium is a resource.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Heridium (Hr) is a member of the Silicate elements resource family.

Game description[edit | edit source]

Element used in the creation of components vital to space exploration.

Found in planetary terrain. Often highlighted by holographic cubes in user's visor after local scans.

Use Signal Booster to locate large resource deposits.

Mining[edit | edit source]

Harvesting Heridium from a column

This element is found in planetary terrain and caves. Often highlighted by holographic cubes in user's visor after local scans. Their normal spawn appearance is a tall square column jutting out of the ground. In rare cases extremely larger deposits can be found as frozen "lakes".

Use[edit | edit source]

Crafting[edit source]

Heridium is used as an ingredient for crafting the following products:

Refining[edit source]

Heridium is not used as an ingredient for refining using a Refiner.

Cooking[edit source]

Heridium is not used as an ingredient for cooking using a Nutrient Processor.


Selling Pre-release[edit | edit source]

Like other resources, Heridium can be traded for units, as seen on No Man's Sky - Gameplay Trailer | PS4. In the trailer the player can be seen landing their ship on a platform on the planet Achaia, exiting their ship, and shortly after the notification "-3.2 HERIDIUM" appears on screen. Moments later the notification "+1357 UNITS" appears on screen, indicating that the resource has been exchanged for currency. It is likely that the player visited a Galactic trade terminal to make this transaction.

Additional information[edit | edit source]

Release history[edit | edit source]

  • Release - original game element
  • NEXT - removed from the game

Gallery[edit | edit source]