- How to get the Sentinel Multi-Tool
- How to find a downed Sentinel interceptor
There are many new things you can find in the new interceptor update. No Man’s Sky, and much of it involves finding a mysteriously abandoned encampment. Go to the Fallen World and you will find a Harmonic Camp that has long been abandoned by someone or something.
Their loss is your gain. This abandoned encampment is full of rewards for star-running travelers, including a new Sentinel Multi-Tool and the location of a downed Sentinel Interceptor. You’ll want to find Harmonic Camp as soon as possible. Here’s how.
To find harmonic camp, First you need to find the fallen planet.. Corrupted Sentinels roam the planet, and mysterious purple crystals litter its surface.
To find the fallen planet, go to the galaxy map and Look for star systems marked “Cacophony”.
You need a collision scanner to see these cacophony systems.
After finding the Cacophony system, warp there and scan the planets until you find one that says: Planet description lists “Fallen Sentinel”. This is where planets are commonly referred to as “normal” or “hostile sentinels.”
You can also find fallen planets by: Use the new Dreadnought AI Fragment item. You can get Dreadnought AI Fragment. Defeat the Sentinel Dreadnought While fighting Sentinels, you will be warped when you reach the max level you want.
If you find a polluted planet, Go there to start your search..
Find Harmonic Camp
There are several ways to find harmonic camp. First, you can always fly around until you find one, but it can take a long time. A faster and more reliable way Fight the Corrupted Sentinels until the Echo Locator drops..
The echo locator appears in r.Drops randomly from Corrupted Sentinels. Attacking Corrupted Sentinels will summon reinforcements. It’s a signal to blow up these Sentinels all at once. This may take some time.But eventually you’ll drop the Echo Locator.
If you have an Echo Locator, use it to direct you to Harmonic Camp.
The third option is Get the coordinates of Harmonic Camp from another player.. The location of this camp is fixed, so once discovered, it can be shared with the wider community. That’s how people share their discoveries. No Man’s Sky Coordinate Exchange subreddit. Find a post discussing Sentinel Multi-Tools to tune in to Harmonic Camps.
Harmonic Camp is quite a bit of reward Just lay there for travelers to pick up. Ranging from Nanites and Pugneum to expansion slots for exosuits or Multi-Tools. However, the biggest reward awaiting travelers at Harmonic Camp is is New Sentinel Multi-Tool.
To get Sentinel Multi-Tool: Harmonic Interface Access, is the main terminal for an abandoned encampment. you are “Harmonics Lock” is applied.However, you can override it by entering the correct override glyph.
To get override glyphs Select the “Scan memory registers” option. This will bring up a screen with three simple math equations telling you which glyphs to type.
Solve the equation to get the three numbers–This matches the numbered glyphs you need to type on the previous screen. From left to right, you must type the top number glyph first, then the middle, then the bottom glyph.
for exampleWe can obtain the following series of equations:
- Register 0xASDFJ3AS == 6-2
- Register 0x12SDF324 == 15-5
- register 0xGLW12344 == 19-10
The correct answers are 4, 10 and 9. Required to bypass lock..
Once unlocked, you can: Disable the Multi-Tool seal Go to the nearby Multi-Tool terminal and Grab the Sentinel Multi-Tool.
A new Sentinel Multo-Tool must be repaired and resources that can only be found on a polluted planet must be harvested.
How to find a downed Sentinel interceptor
It’s not just the new Multi-Tool that awaits you at Harmonic Camp. When the Harmonic Terminal is unlocked, you can also: Request the coordinates of the downed Sentinel Interceptor.. Select “Locate Dissonance Spikes” to receive coordinates for a nearby downed Sentinel Interceptor.
Of course, there is a whole process of getting a crashed interceptor off the ground, but we Fly here in your own former Sentinel Ship..
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