Sleeping is a great way to pass the time in Outer Worlds. It advances the clock, but it also cures a bunch of negative effects. There are many ways to accrue those, so it’s important to rest from time to time, just like in real life. If you’re playing on one of the lower difficulty settings, you can pretty much sleep anywhere. However, on Supernova difficulty, you can only sleep in your bed, on your ship. A lot of folks don’t even know they own a bed aboard the Unreliable, so we’ve written this guide to show you where to sleep on ship in Outer Worlds.
Where to find bed on ship?
Although the crew quarters beds can be used on lower difficulty settings, you’re probably wondering where to find the one that’s yours alone. It’s in the captain’s quarters, in the far south of the ship. As you climb the stairs, turn right and look at the wall next to the stash. It might not look like much, but it’s yours.
How to remove negative effects – Adrena-Time
There’s a bunch of negative effects in the game – some can be cured using consumables, but others are more persistent. For example, the Adrena-Time debuff can stack up to three times, and the only way to remove it is to sleep. Most negative effects can be removed this way – either because they have a timer, which runs out while you’re asleep, or because the act of sleeping itself removes them.
What sleeping does
The two most important consequences of sleeping are the aforementioned removal of negative effects (some of which can only be removed this way) and the advancement of time. Sometimes you need a specific time of day for something, and this is a great way to get there without having to wait in real time.