No Man’s Sky Wiring Loom: Is There a Blueprint?

No Man’s Sky Wiring Loom: Is There a Blueprint?

One of the most valuable consumables in No Man’s Sky is the Wiring Loom. Here’s how to get them.

You’ll need to craft a lot of upgrades to your core systems in No Man’s Sky, and for that you’ll need Wiring Loom. The main problem with this is that they are extremely expensive to buy, though understandably as they allow you to make significant upgrades to your Exosuit and Multi-Tool systems. In this No Man’s Sky Wiring Loom Guide, we’ll be taking a look at how to get Wiring Loom in No Man’s Sky. We’ll explain whether or not you can craft Wiring Loom, and whether there is a blueprint to track down.

No Man’s Sky Wiring Loom

Let’s start by taking a look at how to get Wiring loom in No Man’s Sky. Unfortunately, there is only one guaranteed way to get them, and that’s heading to a Galactic Terminal and buying them. They’ll set you back around 65,000 Credits, though are often worth it for the upgrades they facilitate. You can of course get them from random drops and exploring worlds, though at the time of writing , there are no guaranteed locations to check out.

Construct Old Technology to get Wiring Loom

You can actually regain some of the Wiring loom you’ve used by dismantling tech you’re not using. You’ll want to do this when switching Ships or Multi-Tools. Just hover over the tech in your inventory and select dismantle.

No Man’s Sky: Is There a Wiring Loom Blueprint

For the majority of items you’ll encounter in No Man’s Sky, you’ll be able to craft them using a blueprint. The Wiring Loom is not one of them, and there is no way to craft Wiring Loom in No Man’s Sky. You’ll only be able to purchase them.

What Are Wiring Looms Used For?

The reason Wiring Loom is so expensive in No Man’s Sky is because it is used to craft valuable tech. You’ll find a list below containing some of the main tech you can construct.

  • Advanced Mining Laser
  • Amplified Cartridges
  • Barrel Ioniser
  • Combat Scope
  • Cyclotron Ballista
  • Dyson Pump
  • Economy Scanner
  • Fragment Supercharger
  • Geology Cannon
  • Hi-Slide Suspension
  • Infra-Knife Accelerator
  • Nonlinear Optics
  • Nonlinear Optics
  • Personal Forcefield
  • Phase Beam
  • Plasma Launcher
  • Pulse Spitter
  • Scatter Blaster
  • Survey Device
  • Teleport Receiver

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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