Planet Crafter Fusion Reactor Guide

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This Planet Crafter Fusion reactor guide will detail how to find the Fusion Reactor and how to get the energy cells used with it.  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 Fusion Reactor Walkthrough

Within the depths of crashed ships there are Fusion Reactors, these are often found in some of the deeper parts of the ships. These reactors are important as they can open up locked doors within the crashed ships, allowing you to explore them entirely.

The reactors can only work when you have something called a Fusion Energy Cell. If you put the Cell into the reactor you can loot the ship, return to the reactor, and take back your cell.

You can unlock the Fusion Energy Cell by progressing through the game’s Terraforming system and reaching a certain GTi to get the blueprint. You must then craft a Fusion Energy Cell with Pulsar Quartz, Osmium, and Super Alloy.

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That is all for this Planet Crafter Fusion Reactor 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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