Planet Crafter Deconstruct Items Guide

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This Planet Crafter deconstruct items guide will detail how to deconstruct items as you progress in the game and need to reshuffle the deck of what’s been built where. 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 Deconstruct Items Walkthrough

Your first step is to craft the Deconstruction Microchip. The game wants you to do this anyway and gives you the goal of making one. It is easy to make as it only requires one Silicon and one Magnesium to craft.

With the microchip crafted you have to right-click to equip it to your character, by taking out your harvesting tool with this chip equipped there will be an option on the scroll wheel to deconstruct items, looking similar to a sideways hammer.

With this option on, you can approach items and you should see a prompt to deconstruct it, thus allowing you to deconstruct items and declutter your space especially if you want to reshape things for more efficiency.

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That is all for this Planet Crafter Deconstruct items 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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