No Man’s Sky Item Duplication glitch/exploit that allows you to duplicate any item in the game in order to acquire unlimited Units or other important items.
Although No Man’s Sky Units are not hard to come by, you will find yourself frequently running out of them during the course of your journey across the universe in search of truth.
This No Man’s Sky Item Duplication exploit essentially allows you to duplicate any item in the game including the expensive ones i.e. Gold, Emeril, etc. which can be used to acquire huge amount of No Man’s Sky Units in no time.
No Man’s Sky Item Duplication Guide
The method is proven to work on Patch 1.03 so make sure to give it a go before updating your game to anything above it. Moreover, we do not know whether the method works on the PC version of the game or not, but it does work on Playstation 4 one.
No Man’s Sky Item Duplication – How to
The first thing that you need to do is to put everything that you want multiplied into your starship’s inventory. Do note that you can do this with multiple items as well. As for items that you do not want to get multiplied, either sell them or put them somewhere else.
Once done, you need to get in and out of your starships twice in a row which will create two save files with the same time stamp – this step is very important so make sure the saves are there before proceeding ahead.
If the saves are there, you need to head out and die while you are in your starship – this is very important. After respawning, you need to load the save that you created earlier and then head over to the Grave Sign which will allow you to acquire your lost inventory.
One important thing that you need to note here is that the Grave Sign method works like Dark Souls. If you die again while you are on your way to get to your Grave Sign, you will lose your inventory forever and the method will not work.
Using this method, you can acquire as many of Warp Cells as you want in addition to rare resources and crafting ingredients.
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