Where to Find Uranium in Planet Crafter

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This Planet Crafter Uranium guide will detail how to find Uranium at the most effective rate. Planet Crafter has just made the jump to a full release over on Steam and has gained huge positive receptions for its open-world survival style of play.

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*Note: The content in this article is accurate as of the time of writing and does not account for any future updates to the game*

Planet Crafter Uranium Guide – How to Get Uranium

Like a lot of the resources in the game you can collect it via storage crates or from asteroids that have fallen to the ground. In addition, when you unlock rockets you can get it from Asteroids in space but these are all somewhat tedious and reliant on RNG.

With the right Ore Extractor (T2 or better) you can mind Uranium from two seperate spots on the map, that’s right there are only two Uranium deposits on the entire map, unlike a lot of the other resources.

These spots on the map use the following coordinates:

  • 1782:22:1940
  • 586:35:-669

By building an Ore Extractor on either location you will be able to mine enough Uranium to craft whatever you need.

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That is all for this Planet Crafter Uranium guide. Did we omit anything? Is there any other Planet Crafter content you’d like to see? Be sure to chime in and let us know.

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