Best Titanium Farming Location Starfield

Are you eager to know what’s the best planet or moon to farm Titanium in Starfield? Bethesda’s next-gen spacefaring RPG is finally here, and it comes with a myriad of things to do. From exploring uninhabited wastelands to doing the weirdest quests possible, you’ll always have something on your hands to have fun with. And, of course, there’s the good old crafting system. Bethesda offers extensive crafting options where you will be able to create all kinds of stuff. In this guide, we explain how and where to get Titanium.

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Best Titanium Farming Location Starfield
Where to Find Titanium in Starfield

Where to Farm Titanium in Starfield

From the very moment you enter your first ship – The Frontier, you’ll soon learn that Starfield has a big focus on creating stuff. You can create and upgrade all kinds of things via the Research Lab, Cooking Station, Industrial Workbench, Pharmaceutical Lab, Spacesuit Workbench, and Weapons Workbench. However, naturally, you’ll need many materials for this job. One particularly hard Starfield material to obtain is Titanium. And while you may buy this across the galaxy via the various vendors, it will be much more cheaper and efficient if you mine it yourself. Random amounts of Titanium have a rare chance to drop as loot or to be found on generic moons and planets.

However, in our experience, there are three best planets to farm Titanium in Starfield. Firstly, our very own Sol system. Head back home and land on Titan and Pluto. Based on our first playthrough, you can farm Titanium abundantly on this moon and dwarf planet. However, there’s one even better Titanium farming spot. Now – mind you – Starfield has a lot of procedurally generated planets, so this might not be the same for you. However, we’ve found that Vega II-B, the moon of the Vega II planet in the Vega System, is extremely rich in Titanium. Of course, you’ll have to invest in your Scanning and Geology skills for the best results.

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