|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 Rentocnii Conflux is a region.
Summary[edit | edit source]
It's often said to be shaped like a Christmas tree/pine tree with a "cloud" on top, or a mushroom cloud. The "tree" portion of the region is highly organized. Star systems in the "tree" are arranged into 10 flat layers of stars (including HUB-V-15D TopOfTheTree, the peak), with some occasionally falling between two layers.
On PS4, every system in this region has been explored and uploaded (although not every planet has yet, as some people upload systems without exploring every planet).
It was the original home for the Galactic Hub Project, and is located at the following coordinates in the Euclid Galaxy.
Discovered star systems[edit | edit source]
The following star systems can be found within the Rentocnii Conflux region:
Connected Regions[edit | edit source]
The following Regions can be found surrounding the Rentocnii Conflux. Refer to this Reddit thread for a detailed explanation of each region's location related to each other.
Below[edit | edit source]
- Yigianguri Terminus
- Skvorgafo Cluster
- Uugusteur Adjunct
- Ahrimbalia Void
- Husfeleavez Boundary
- Kihikovant Cluster
Around[edit | edit source]
These regions surround the Rentocnii Conflux on the same Y-Axis, and all were part of the old Galactic Hub.
- Enharagch Expanse
- Rahesdaingwut Terminus
- Renbellanj Expanse
- Bisticabi Boundary
- Eapustafiges Adjunct
- Nagkamunti Band
Above[edit | edit source]
These regions are located one region above the Rentocnii Conflux on the Y-Axis. Only the Uahakplatopo Adjunct was part of the old Galactic Hub.