No Man’s Sky VR Guide: How To Make Money Fast

September 3, 2019

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Units make the Galactic Core go round in No Man’s Sky VR (read our full review here) so it’s helpful to hoard as many of those as you possibly can. The only problem is, where do you find a great source of units that can make you get rich quick and continue raking in the cash without too much effort? Well, there are actually some really great ways to make money in No Man’s Sky VR as soon as you get your first ship and gain access to a trading post or a space station where a Galactic Trade Terminal awaits.

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