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This item will only be visible to you, admins, and anyone marked as a creator. This item will only be visible in searches to you, your friends, and admins. Updated 30 Nov , Synthesis update, final guide update, at least for now A personal experience and collected info guide about S class ship farming via the Space Station or the Trading post farming method.

This item has been added to your Favorites. Created by. Quirky Custodian Online. Guide Index. Synthesis update read first. In depth. Some thoughts. S Class ships found. This is very likely the final update. At least for now. Thanks to every one that checked out the guide, left a rating or a comment.

And thanks to every one that will still check out the guide in it's archived state. I've spent everything I had, farmed some more, got some more nanites and the results are pretty much what I expected and it's good.

It cost me million to max out the Radiant Pillar as a C class ship. The upgrade to B class was nanites. And it opened up extra inventory slots to purchase. My guess is that when you max out the ship class, every ship, regardless of it's visuals and parts, will have 48 storage slots and 21? I don't think it's going to be more than that Technology slots. The prices for better class ships and Exotics are huge and it's going to take you a lot of money and nanites to upgrade something from C up to max S, but for all the ship enthusiasts this is awesome as you have some kind of a very long term goal besides constantly building bases.

The money is not much of a problem to make when you get everything set up, but the large amount of nanites needed will be a slow process.

This is an amazing update and one that was sorely needed. I hope that one day it will be possible to visually alter the ships with parts, something I've already mentioned in my ramblings in this guide. Kudos to Hello Games for making this happen. The search for a direct S class starship described in this guide should still work and yes, if you can find one you like, it will save you a lot of time and money, but it might not be the one you like visually.

And as the Dark Souls community knows, fashion is important. I will be archiving this guide as of today, 30 November I might update some things sporadically as I play the game, just to correct some incosistencies in the descriptions and numbers for ships, but I will leave the rest pretty much as it is, as a memento of ship searching days. Again, thanks to every one that checked out the guide, left a rating or a comment. Now, go chart an infinite universe and find a way to make a ton of money quickly in some of the guides available on Steam.

Archived on 30 November with the Synthesis update. More collected info, personal thoughts from my experience and ramblings.

General knowledge. Some reloading numbers just to give a perspective on how it works. These numbers are not set in stone and may vary due to the nature of NMS's procedural generation. If that Hauler was in a Vy'Keen or a Korvax system, it would have probably spawned more times. System comparison and some percentages. Thanks to Gamerfss86 and his guide that actually pushed me to look at the ship spawning and farming.

Check out his guide for Freighter farming. If anyone has anything to add or say, feel free to add a comment or send me a message. They wanted getting an S class ship to be a rare and organic event. But doesn't that point to a lack of some kind of gameplay mechanic, a kind of natural progression, a path to getting the best ship you can and that you like instead of just reloading over and over?

I know that S class ships are not supposed to be easy to find, but the current system of reloading a save 72 times that's tied to pseudo RNG, seeds, and whatnot, there's a ton of threads on various communities about that to get an S class is a bit tedious.

And when you finally find it, since NEXT, all end game S class ships max slots are basically the same. Max slot parts are prominent and occupy so much of the ship's visual look that the other parts somehow lose their distinction. Every fighter has the side fuselage, every hauler has the side pods and so on for the other ships. If you want a max slot ship, you're stuck with those parts. It's been suggested to death, but imagine if you could combine all the different modular parts and actually make something of your own.

They could make it expensive, extremely expensive if needed, but that would be a great way to add another goal to end game and one more thing to work towards. It would even be viable upgrading the Radiant Pillar into something wildly different, but probably a lot more expensive that finding a new ship. They could even make the slots upgradeable just like with the suit as you upgrade the parts.

Maybe scanning the ships you encounter through the galaxy would add parts to your blueprints that you could build easy way to make the cost expensive in materials. Slap some paints and decals same system for the suit and you've already got that for the land vehicles at the end, and you've got the makings of a ship workshop. There are some really amazing ships out there, like this one found by Enkidu Absolutely amazing large stub fighter design.

Wouldn't it be nice if you could actually get to this on your own instead of waiting for Lady Luck to spawn you one? And I kind of get that. In the end, I don't think Hello Games will ever implement any ship modifying, but it's always nice to dream.

Or, you know, you can always just use the save editor which, by just casually browsing the discussions on Steam, you may notice a lot of people use. Upgrades on the ships are still random in the Beyond update, but since you can now move technology from slot to slot, there's no need to dismantle it and build again to get synergies. I'll add a few more duplicate classes as I find them, just to have a few.

Thank you. It's really incredible what they've added to the game and how far they've come. And you're right, the basics are in place, keeping fingers crossed they eventually add some kind of ship customization.

SpaceDorf 5 May am. Hello Custiodian, great Guide and I share your opinion on ship design. The amazing thing is, that the basic's for such a system are allready in the game. Namely the ship upgrade station and the quicksilver trade in addition the general research option on the Anomaly and the ability to scrap ships.

I hope someday the ship customizer will outclass the apearance designer. From there let's move on to freighters and frigates. Tnx for all the first-hand info. I'll have to check all those things and keep the new stuff concurrent at least. On the synthesis update. Also as of right now you will have to get a new freighter to use the new freighter tech. Personally think it's bugged.

When you try to add the teleporter upgrade, it highlights a general inventory slot, but doing so hitting E in freighter inventory screen, does nothing. The tips for directly finding an S class ship still work, no drastic changes there. Yep, you can upgrade the ship class now at any Space Station using Nanites.

The guide is pretty much archived, it's up top at the Synthesis update part, but I'll have to make that more clear. Fr 4 Dec, am. I've read that we can upgrade the class of our ships now, i'm wrong? Maybe some tips are outdated now? Sadly I had more info but steam don't like more then characters lol. I meant toadd good post, enjoyed it.

Yeah, it's usually better to load the save immediately instead of checking the ships that are already there, I agree. As for the freighter, the way you describe is how I got mine in the last save I played. There's a good guide for that on Steam. Once you enter a SS or TH and get out of your ship, the game is then saved.

The following is a list of various starships discovered by different players. They are separated by general archetype, then by inventory size, then sorted in alphabetical order. Remember that each starship is available in all class grades, the maximum inventory size depend of the design of a ship, so it is important to know which design is best suited to you when looking for a new starship.

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This is how to find a crashed S Class fighter ship in No Man's Sky. This is a needle nose fighter that is Sep 18, - Uploaded by Jason Plays.

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Comments: 1
  1. Akimi

    Earlier I thought differently, thanks for the help in this question.

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