Starship Catalogue - Fighter (Atlas)

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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.
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There are multiple game-release versions of the Starship Catalogue - Fighter page.



Summary[edit | edit source]

The following is a list of various Fighter-Archetype starships discovered by different players during the Atlas Rises era.

(For a list of all ship types, refer to the Starship Catalogue (Atlas)

Remember that even though all starships are available in all class grades, the maximum inventory size depends on the design of the ship itself. It is important to know which design is best suited to you when looking for a new starship.

Description[edit | edit source]

Ships in this class feature a potential damage and a shield class bonus. These ships are the mascot ships of No Man's Sky, and are also the primary starships of pirates across the galaxy. Imgur author Sylvester Spaceman has created a Fighter Parts Catalog and says that for fighters "these are four main body types. Basically two variations of two types of canopies." [1]

Inventory[edit | edit source]

The inventory ranges for Fighters are 15-19 for small, 20-29 for medium, and 30-38 for large. The list below is separated by Inventory class and then sorted in alphabetical order.

Tags[edit | edit source]

Tag Meaning Description
[NL] NO location Starship recorded, but with no location
[L] Legacy A Ship of the Pre-Pathfinder Era. Despite being adopted to the modern system, they often show anomalies in slot size and their last known location is lost since Atlas Rises.
[M] Max Inventory Fighter-Archetype Starships have an inventory up to 19/4 for small, 29/5 for medium and 38/12 for large.
[P] Perfect Ships with the highest bonus in their tier (small, medium, large). Since even a 64.99 is rounded down ingame, values of -1% are acceptable.

Large[edit | edit source]

Medium[edit | edit source]

Small[edit | edit source]

Inventory Unknown[edit | edit source]

Unique starships[edit | edit source]

No Man's Sky contains three Unique ships. These do not spawn in systems, as they are either pre-order bonus ships or the Yakomaku S79 starter ship. All have a Small inventory level.

A list of ships similar to the Yakomaku S79 can be found on the Rasamama Collectors Club page.

Legacy[edit | edit source]

The original Rasamama S36

The original starter ship was the Rasamama S36 and was replaced during the revamp of the starship mechanic. It has gathered a cult following and is the main model of the Rasamama Collectors Club.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Sylvester Spaceman (2 Jan 2017). 'No Man's Sky Ship Parts Catalogue: Comette'.