Starfield: Where To Find Beryllium

Beryllium (or Be) is an uncommon tier 1 resource that you’ll find frequently throughout your adventures in Starfield. You’ll need this resource to craft various gear and structure recipes to benefit your playthrough from the early hours of your playthrough and into the endgame.

Fortunately, there are numerous planets and moons scattered across the stars that offer Beryllium as a planetary resource. Scanning planets will tell you the resource hotspots where it’s best to land your ship. Here are a few locations that offer Beryllium:

  • Andraphon (Narion System)
  • Hyperia (Narion System)
  • Altair III-b (Altair System)
  • Altair III-c (Altair System)
  • Altair V (Altair System)
  • Volii Beta (Volii System)
  • Pontus (Olympus System)

Many other locations can be found throughout the galaxy, so keep your eyes peeled for them on the Starmap. There may be some on the planet or moon you’re on right now.

Once you land at one of these locations, simply use your hand scanner to find the Beryllium deposit. These shouldn’t be too hard to find given their rarity, so once you discover some, use your Cutter to mine them. The resource will be automatically transferred to your inventory.

Additionally, you can also set up an outpost near a Beryllium vein to increase the resources gained. Placing the required extractor over the vein will passively generate Beryllium for you. Investing in storage units will increase the yields between visits and make the farm more productive.

If grinding Beryllium isn’t your thing, then there is an easy alternative. Vendors across the systems can sell Beryllium for a low price. You can find some of them at:

  • Jemison Mercantile (New Atlantis Spaceport)
  • Denis Averin (Cydonia/Mars)
  • Midtown Minerals (Akila City)
  • Mining League (Neon)

The availability of Beryllium will differ from vendor to vendor, and since many crafting recipes require lots of Beryllium, it’s best to bulk-buy the resource from all the vendors you visit.

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