The information from this article is up-to-date as of 22 November, 2018.
|This article is about the Visions version of System colors. For the Atlas Rises version, see System colors (Atlas).|
System colors classify star systems based on color.
Summary[edit | edit source]
The color of a star provides many clues as to what forms of life, resources, and other items appear on its planets.
Yellow systems[edit | edit source]
- Warp Reactor Required: Hyperdrive
- Unique Resource: Copper.
- Note: these resources don't pertain to yellow stars only, they can be found in deposits formed only in yellow stars.
- Sparse rare materials
- All systems will be inhabited by a sentient race.
Green systems[edit | edit source]
- Warp Reactor Required: Emeril Drive
- Unique Resource: Emeril
- Common rare materials
- Average chance for uncharted and inhabited systems, low chance for Abandoned systems.
Blue systems[edit | edit source]
- Warp Reactor Required: Indium Drive
- Unique Resource: Indium
- Abundant rare materials
- Average chance for uncharted and inhabited systems, low chance for abandoned systems.
Red systems[edit | edit source]
- Warp Reactor Required: Cadmium Drive
- Biome probabilites remain the same in each galaxy types
- Unique Resource: Cadmium
- Uncommon rare materials
- Very high chance for Uncharted systems, low chance for inhabited systems.
Biome probabilities[edit | edit source]
For example, finding a Lush biome in yellow star systems are 2x more likely to appear in a Balanced galaxy than in an Abandoned galaxy.
Additional information[edit | edit source]
- Current version of the game file related to the biome probabilities can be found here.
- A star's color is indicated by the first letter of the star's Spectral class. Much of the above information is courtesy of LoneSeeker777's post on Reddit. Note that these are general results, and there may be exceptions.
References[edit | edit source]
- LoneSeeker777 (4 December 2016). PSA: Contents of Solar Systems and Planets have Changed. Here's What's Confirmed.. Reddit. Retrieved 17 December 2016