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How To Analyze In No Man’s Sky Next For Analysis Objectives

How To Analyze In No Man's Sky Next For Analysis Objectives
Struggling with Analysis and how to analyze in No Man’s Sky Next? This guide will tell you everything you need to know for How To Analyze In No Man’s Sky Next so you can complete analysis objectives, earn some extra credits and identify all the resources on the different nodes you encounter.

How To Analyze In No Man’s Sky Next For Analysis Objectives

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Whilst you’re running around exploring the vast universe of No Man’s Sky Next, you may come across certain resource nodes that have the “Analyze” or “Analysis” options. These represent hidden resources, materials and minerals on a specific resource node.

Now, you cannot obtain these without the correct equipment, but you are able to identify it using an analyze technique. You first need to craft yourself a special piece of equipment. Go into your main hub menu and select “Multi-Tool”. From there, highlight one of the blank spaces and press Square/X to “Install Technology”.

Select the last section of the next menu, “Scanner”, and you will notice an Analysis Visor. Build one of these and make sure it’s equipped. Now you can use L2 to activate the Analysis Visor when you are running around exploring. If you highlight certain animals, plants and other natural events, you will be rewarded with units/credits.

Certain resources will also be unlocked when scanning plants and rocks. That’s How To Analyze In No Man’s Sky Next.

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