In our Hardspace: Shipbreaker tips guide you experience:
- How to work as efficiently as possible
- What are the uses of the energy tethers
- How to get higher tier ships
- Which upgrades are particularly useful
- How to repair your tools
In Hardspace: Shipbreaker you have to pay off your mountain of debt through diligence and work. Your workplace: the space. Our guide will help you get the job done as efficiently as possible.
Have fun in Freemode
After completing the tutorial, Free Play mode will be unlocked automatically. In this game mode you are free from all restrictions – you don’t have to worry about working hours, Oil or oxygen consumption make. You can also try out all sorts of spaceship models early on. The mode is perfect for getting familiar with the different game mechanics.
Take your time at work
When starting work on a new ship, you should always take a close look at the ship and the level. If you go too quickly and cut in the wrong place, you risk a pressure explosion. With the x-ray vision do you recognize the cutting points on a ship.
Always seeks the intersections on a ship. This not only reduces the risk of an explosion, but also increases the yield in the end. Also keep your cutting instrument away explosive objects such as fuel tanks remote.
Use the energy tethers
You can use your tools to pull yourself towards objects that are heavier than you. You can pull towards you objects that are lighter than you. With the help of Energy Tethers you connect objects or surfaces with each other.
Use energy tethers to hold objects in place – this will ensure you don’t accidentally knock an object into the Furnace after cutting it off. In addition, the tethers have a higher attraction than the regular energy beam, which is why you can also use it to attract objects that are too heavy for your normal grab.
Earn money and increase your rank – that’s how it works
You start Hardspace: Shipbreaker with a huge mountain of debt. So it can be tempting to try to save every penny or to get the job done as quickly as possible. Instead, focus on completing all of the optional objectives on a job. Although this takes more time and may even incur costs – for example because you have to fill up your oxygen tank more often – it is a reward points for your rank.
As you rank up, you gain access to higher quality ships. You will make more money in the long run if you take your time in the beginning. Don’t be stingy with either Oxygen and fuel supplies. If you run out of oxygen, you die and that costs you significantly more money than refueling once. You can get both at the terminal.
Besides, you should repair kits buy one in case your suit gets damaged at work. If you die, you get a bill for replacing the suit and your tools.
How do I repair my tools in Hardspace: Shipbreakers?
Your tools wear out with frequent use and even run the risk of breaking if not cared for properly. That doesn’t mean the end of the game, but they cost you spare Parts possibly several thousand credits. The effectiveness also decreases over time – for example, the energy meter overheats much faster after a period of use.
You can either get repair kits at the terminal or you can find them on the ships. Unfortunately, you are not allowed to make repairs while you work. You know tools only in HAB repair. So check the condition of the tools before each job.
Which upgrades are worthwhile at first?
Oxygen is the most important resource in Hardspace: Shipbreakers. But the oxygen reserves in particular run out very quickly at the beginning. That costs you time and money. Invest in as soon as possible Upgrades for your oxygen tank.
Your fuel capacity is almost as important. Without fuel, you can’t progress and you can even screw up a whole job. buy yourself fuel upgradesto increase total capacity.
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