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Type Precious/Exotic
Rarity Very Rare
Blueprint Value 309.0 Units.png
Symbol Om
Release Origins

Omegon is a resource.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Omegon (Om) is a very rare resource, and a member of the Precious/Exotic elements class.

Game description[edit | edit source]

Dark matter element. A hugely powerful, largely unknown and entirely untested substance.

Extremely rare.

Source[edit | edit source]

Omegon ore can be found by trading with terminals or merchants or by dismantling Cannon Damage Theta or Beam Impact Theta in crashed ships.

In the initial release, it could be found on extreme weather lush planets, but this type of planet no longer exists in the game.

Use[edit | edit source]

Crafting[edit source]

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

Refining[edit source]

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

Cooking[edit source]

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

Speculation[edit | edit source]

A Warp Reactor Omega upgrade that uses Omegon as an ingredient may be added to the game eventually, but it is not currently obtainable.

A thread on reddit by DRayX17 contains the following information:[1]

"There are only 3 Omega level (tier 4) upgrades [in the game files]:

Version differences[edit | edit source]

Omegon in the wild (Initial release only)

Under the initial Release version, the following items applied to Omegon. The Day-1 patch changed its properties to those noted above.

Locations[edit | edit source]

Mining[edit | edit source]

You can find Omegon ore on certain radioactive planets, but it cannot be found with a scanner. It glows purple and floats above the ground.

Create a hole with the Grenade launcher beneath the Omegon ore before extracting it because it often falls in two pieces and rolls down the mountains and even on flat grounds. In this way you can mine it easier.

Release history[edit | edit source]

  • Release - original game element
  • NEXT - removed from the game
  • Origins - returned to game in limited fashion

Gallery[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. DRayX17 on Reddit (15 August 2016). 'Omega Upgrades'.