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How To Make Millions Of Units In No Man’s Sky Next

How To Make Millions Of Units In No Man's Sky Next
Want to make a ton of money really fast in No Man’s Sky? This guide will tell you How To Make Millions Of Unit In No Man’s Sky Next using a very easy set of missions that you can complete in 2-3 minutes and often get rewarded an item worth 4,000,000+ Units. Easy money.

Units in No Man’s Sky Next allow you to purchase new ships, upgrade your equipment, buy new Frigates, there really is no limit to what you can achieve once you have the bank balance to do so.

How To Make Millions Of Units In No Man’s Sky Next

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] The only thing you need to use these method is a Freighter. While these are initially very expensive, you can obtain a free Freighter in No Man’s Sky, so be sure to look out for that.

Once you have your Freighter go to the Galactic Commission Station, these are new missions that you can play alone or along with friends in your lobby. There are usually a few missions. Some offer Nanites, some offer Units, others offer items. These are the missions you want to grab.

Very common items to receive from these missions, such as Portable Reactor (5,000,000) and Cyrogenic Chamber (4,800,000), sell for a fortune. These are usually missions that involve killing a few pirates or raiding a planetary structure. Repeat those missions and you’ll be rocking tons of cash in no time.

And that’s How To Make Millions Of Units In No Man’s Sky Next.

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