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How To Add Fuel To Hyperdrive in Freighters In No Man’s Sky Next

How To Add Fuel To Hyperdrive in Freighters
Freighters allow for cheaper and longer distance Hyperdrive travel if you have the fuel. This guide will tell you How To Add Fuel To Hyperdrive in Freighters In No Man’s Sky Next so you can fill up your engines and get to warping around the galaxy in no time.

Before getting into the basic mechanics of adding fuel to your Hyperdrive, you may way to check that your Freighter is not bugged. Currently, when attempting to Warp Jump with your Hyperdrive on the Galaxy Map within a Freighter, some players are having a bug that states “Hyperdrive has no fuel” despite having fuel.

Check your Freighter screen in the main menu. If the Hyperdrive is flashing, you need fuel, otherwise it’s bugged.

How To Add Fuel To Hyperdrive in Freighters

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] First up, you need to make a Warp Cell. These use common ingredients so it’s always a good idea to have a stock stored away.

Once you have your Warp Cell find it within your inventory. It will either be in Exosuit, Starship or Freighter, depending on where you put it. Highlight the Warp Cell and click the transfer button and then send it to your Freighter. Move to the Freighter menu, select the Warp Cell and then drag it up to the Hyperdrive before applying the fuel.

That’s How To Add Fuel To Hyperdrive in Freighters In No Man’s Sky Next. Hello Games are aware of the bug, a patch should be released soon.

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