M-Field Engine 9/X57-B13

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The subject of this article is from the Beyond update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 27 November, 2019.
M-Field Engine 9/X57-B13
M-Field Engine 9/X57-B13
Galaxy Euclid
Region Rykiroehed
Star system Akhtagi
Planet Molinderr Omega
Location Minor Settlement
Planetary coordinates +6.66 , -94.41
Galactic coords 07FA:007F:080A:0070
Type Experimental (Rifle, Crystal)
Class S
Slots 24
Cost 7,500,000 Units.png
Claimed by InExCor
Discovered by geneticcode
Platform PC/PS4
Release Beyond

M-Field Engine 9/X57-B13 is a multi-tool.

Summary[edit | edit source]

M-Field Engine 9/X57-B13 is an Experimental Multi-tool in the universe of No Man's Sky. This is a rare multi-tool becasue of it's purple crystals.

Originally discovered on PS4 during NEXT by geneticcode (LINK) and confirmed on PC by Peacebomb. Soon after Beyond began it was rediscovered on PS4 updating this page.

Documentation provided by GenBra Space Corp on PS4 and Intergalactic Exploration Corporation on PC.

Location[edit | edit source]

The S version of this multi-tool was found in the Akhtagi system, located in the Rykiroehed region of the Euclid Galaxy.

Portal address[edit | edit source]


Coordinates[edit | edit source]


Stats[edit | edit source]

The S-class of this weapon has the following beginning stats:

  • Damage Potential: 557.4
  • Scanning Range: 400

This Multi-tool includes several installed technologies: Geology Cannon, Barrel Ioniser, and Shell Greaser.

Acquirement[edit | edit source]

Reload the game on Artlaure Beta, portal coordinates take you there, then travel to Molinderr Omega at the specified local coordinates. On PS4 there is a base built next to the Beyond Outpost which has the Multi-tool.

BEYOND UPDATE[edit | edit source]

Rediscovered and posted 8-23-2019 by geneticcode on PS4 (Beyond TWEET LINK)

  • Reload on Artlaure
  • Wall Box on Molinderr; Local Planet Coordinates +6.66 , -94.41

New images:

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Images taken on PC during NEXT