|Description||Submersible with 28 slots|
The Nautilon is a submersible exocraft.
Nautilon[edit | edit source]
The Nautilon is a submersible exocraft that allows underwater navigation, combat and mining – and can be summoned to any ocean on the planet, as well as docked at underwater buildings.
It also has two flashlights that will follow the centre of where the player is looking, brightly illuminating a small patch in the centre of the player’s vision.
It has 28 inventory slots.
Upgrading the Nautilon[edit | edit source]
Nautilon Technology Blueprints[edit | edit source]
|System||Class||Technology / Upgrade||Effect|
|Propulsion||A thermally-efficient, inversion-proof reactor engine|
|Fuel Efficiency +20%|
|Resource Collection||Submarine Mining Laser|
|Combat||Lobs explosive projectiles|
|Sonar/Scanner||Scans for nearby minerals and for Crashed Ships, Crashed Freighters, Sunken Buildings, and Submerged Ruins.|
Nautilon Upgrade Modules[edit | edit source]
Note: Upgrade modules should be added adjacent to the core system where possible, to a maximum of three upgrades when applicable. This is best achieved by arrangements in a 2x2 box, or as a slightly lower cumulative gain as a line of 3 vertically or horizontally adjacent to the core system.
Bugs[edit | edit source]
- If one attempts to surface with the Nautilon using the forward and upwards motion the submarine will jump out of the water and attempt to bounce on it repeatedly. Like a trampoline it will slowly gain height until it goes into space. This bug can be cancelled by aiming at the sky and pressing forward upon the next contact with the water.
- The Nautilon Cannon upgrade module stats displayed in the visual indication appear to be inconsistent with in game experience.
Additional information[edit | edit source]
The Dreams of the Deep mission is used to introduce the player to the Nautilon.
Release history[edit | edit source]
- Abyss - introduced to the game