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No Man’s Sky NEXT: How to Get Technology Modules


No Man’s Sky NEXT: How to Get Technology Modules

Get Technology Modules in No Man’s Sky NEXT

Technology Module is a new material introduced in No Man’s Sky NEXT. It costs a huge sum in planetary shops for a good reason: they are essential for crating a number of blueprints to build new technology. Essentially, you can either get rich or create a lot of cool tech for your multi-tool, exosuit, and spacecraft with Technology Modules. But how do you get Technology Modules in No Man’s Sky NEXT without spending a fortune on the market?

If you’ve been playing No Man’s Sky for quite some time before the NEXT update, chances are you can easily get a sizable amount of Technology Modules. A number of your old equipment and items will be changed into Obsolete Technology. While this sounds heartbreaking at first, dismantling Obsolete Technology is actually an extremely fast way to get a good amount of Technology Modules. You can get around three Technology Modules per Obsolete Technology. Though take note, space pirates will likely attack your starship more often if you have heaps of Technology Modules.

At present, the only known way to acquire Technology Modules is by purchasing it in shops or dismantling Obsolete Technology. The patch notes for No Man’s Sky NEXT version 1.5 indicate that Technology Modules are buried underground and can be acquired by simply using the Terrain Manipulator. However, what you’ll get instead is Salvaged Technology.

There are likely more ways to get Technology Modules in No Man’s Sky NEXT. Potentially, these can also be crafted once you acquire the right blueprint. We’ll update this guide once we find out more ways on how to acquire Technology Modules.

That’s all we know so far on how to get Technology Modules in No Man’s Sky NEXT. For more useful tips and tricks, specific guides, or general information about the game, make sure to head on over to our wiki.


After graduating from journalism, Matthew pursued his dream to write about video games. When he's not playing games to create interesting articles, he's trying to clear his huge gaming backlog, which he'll never accomplish because of The Witcher 3.

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