No Man's Sky: How to Get the Exo Mech Suit

No Man's Sky: How to Get the Exo Mech Suit

Here's how to get the all-purpose Exo Mech Suit in No Man's Sky.

No Man's Sky continues to receive awesome updates that add in everything from brand new questlines to follow, to new vehicles like the Exo Mech Suit. This Mech allows players to explore any planet type with ease, able to mine and collect materials with ease. You'll absolutely want to get your hands on one, so in this guide we'll show you how.

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How to Get the Exo Mech Suit in No Man's Sky

To get the Exo Mech Suit in No Man's Sky you'll need to head to the Anomaly. You'll want to purchase the plans for the Minotaur Geobay from the Construction Research Terminal, it'll cost you 10 salvaged data. Once you've done so, you'll just need to craft it and can then pilot your very own mech.

Exo Mech Upgrades

Once you have a mech suit you can upgrade it. These plans can be purchased aboard space stations, from the Exocraft Specialist. The main one you'll want to look out for is the Terrain Manipulator, which will allow you to mine deposits for ore, all from the comfort of your mech.

Safe inside the mech suit

What Can You Do With the Exo Mech Suit?

The Exo Mech is a really useful tool in your arsenal. It has resistance to all status effects like Toxic, Heat and Radiation. This means you can explore at your leisure without worrying about charging your Exosuit. The Minotaur also comes with a big jetpack jump, allowing you to move across planets with ease. You can collect resources while piloting the mech, and mine resources. For a look at the last update added to No Man's Sky, head to our Living Ships Guide.

That's all we have on the Exo Mech in No Man's Sky. For more on the game be sure to check out Caty's article on her quest to find her Gek twin. Elsewhere there's our writeup of the audio suite added in recently.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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