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Where To Find Platinum In No Man’s Sky Next

Where To Find Platinum In No Man's Sky Next
Platinum is a valuable resource in No Man’s Sky Next, but where do you get it? This guide will tell you Where To Find Platinum In No Man’s Sky Next so you can repair your ships, deliver valuables to mission objectives and gather one of the galaxy’s most precious metals.

Although Platinum is valuable, it’s not really worth farming for units. If you want a sure-fire method of earning cash, check out our guide on how to make millions of units in No Man’s Sky Next. Now, if you’re still interested in gathering up some Platinum, for ship repairs or other uses, we’ll get you there.

Where To Find Platinum In No Man’s Sky Next

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] The fastest way to find Platinum is to find an asteroid field. You can usually find these floating around space but if you’re struggling, head towards a planet. You will often see asteroids floating by a high speeds, simply slam on your breaks to stop and search the area.

You can get Gold, Silver and other resources from regular asteroids but for Platinum, you need a specific resource node. As seen in the picture at the top of the article, they are larger rocks with multiple crystalline type structures protruding from the sides.

You can use any number of weapons on your Starship to mine the Platinum. We suggest using one that has a low overheat chance, for smoother and quicker mining. And that’s Where To Find Platinum In No Man’s Sky Next.

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