No Man’s Sky Technology Module - How to Get Technology Modules in No Man’s Sky

No Man’s Sky Technology Module - How to Get Technology Modules in No Man’s Sky

Technology Modules are arguably the most valuable component in No Man’s Sky, here’s where to find them.

No Man’s Sky just received a huge update, and everything is completely different now. There are new components needed to upgrade everything from your Multi-Tool to Ruined Ships. They’re called Technology Modules, and are pretty difficult to get ahold of, mostly given how No Man’s Sky doesn’t do an amazing job at explaining things all that well. Fear not though, as we’ve been busy scouring the internet for answers, and have put together this No Man’s Sky Technology Module Guide to bring you everything you need to know. We’ll go over where to find Technology Modules, what you can use them for, and how obsolete technology works in the game.

For more on No Man’s Sky, head over to our No Man’s Sky Guides Hub. It’s got info on a huge array of subjects related to No Man’s Sky. You’ll find helpful tips, detailed breakdowns of new features, and more.

No Man’s Sky Technology Modules

Technology Modules are super important in No Man’s Sky. Since the new update, you’ll need a bunch of them to upgrade equipment, and even more to fix up old ships. They’re harder to get hold of than almost every other resource in the game, but there are some sure-fire ways to get them. It’s worth bringing up that they are different to salvaged Technology, which are way easier to find. Here’s how to get Technology Modules in No Man’s Sky.

How to Get Technology Modules in No Man’s Sky

While it may seem a little confusing at first, finding Technology Modules can be done in a number of fairly straightforward ways. We’ve listed all of the places you can find Technology Modules in No Man’s Sky below:

  • The main way to get Technology Modules is to buy them. They’re extremely pricey, and will set you back upwards of 70,000 units a piece, they’re worth it though
  • If you want to raise money for Technology Modules, and aren’t that invested in the Base Building, sell your salvaged tech, they work out almost exactly the same price
  • Dismantle obsolete technology, only valid for those not starting a new game after No Man’s Sky NEXT
  • You can dismantle the tech you find on crashed ships

No Man’s Sky - What is Obsolete Technology

Obsolete Technology will be in your inventory if you choose to jump back into an old save after No Man’s Sky NEXT. It’s basically stuff that has been patched out of the game, though you can dismantle them for units and valuable Technology Modules.

That’s everything you need to know about Technology Modules in No Man’s Sky. For more info on the game, head over to our guide on how to make money in No Man’s Sky. We’ve also got a No Man’s Sky Base Building Guide for all the info you need in order to build your intergalactic dream home.

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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