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News guides 30 May 2024, 03:29

author: Olga Fiszer

How to Get Iron Vulture in NMS, New Unique Ship Can Be Yours

No Man's Sky's (NMS) new Expedition 13 offers the incredible Iron Vulture starship – a stylish high-capacity Hauler. Want to know how to claim it? Check out our guide on unlocking this limited-time beauty!

Source: No Man's Sky; developer: Hello Games

No Man’s Sky new Adrift update brings the desolate charm of a solitary adventure. Completing Expedition 13 grants you exclusive collectibles, including the creepy-crawly Gnawing Scuttler companion, spacecraft stealth paint, a ghostly frigate, and the crown jewel: the one-of-a-kind Iron Vulture starship. Read on if you want to know how to fetch this stylish high-capacity Hauler.

NMS Adrift Expedition – How to Get Iron Vulture

The time to obtain the Iron Vulture is limited, as the new campaign will run for approximately seven weeks, launching on May 29, 2024. All you need to do is start the Adrift Expedition 13 and complete all five of its phases.

Each phase has 7 or 8 milestones, where you will need to build new technology, repair your equipment, or discover new lifeforms, plants, and minerals. In one of the phases, you’ll even have to steal whispering eggs and summit a 1,600u mountain! There’s a lot to do in the latest update of No Man’s Sky, but the rewards are worth the hustle.

Once you have completed all five rendezvous of Expedition 13, your next step is to visit the Quicksilver Merchant on the Space Anomaly. Here, you can claim your exclusive reward: the magnificent Iron Vulture starship, adding a distinctive and powerful vessel to your fleet. Additionally, the Iron Vulture has the option to be dismantled, allowing its components to be repurposed in the construction of a brand-new hauler.

Olga Fiszer

Olga Fiszer

Joined the guides on in 2019. Nonetheless, you can also come across her posts about LEGO, which is something she has passionately collected for many years. A former corporate employee who decided to move to the UK, where she devoted herself to collecting pop culture relics. Her favorite game genres include primarily RPGs and jRPGs, classic RTSs, as well as unique indie games. When, despite a sizable collection of games, she concludes there's nothing to play, she launches Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley, one of the KOTORs, or Baldur’s Gate 2 (Shadows of Amn, not Throne of Bhaal) for the hundredth time. After hours, she enjoys painting figurines or admiring her collectibles and retro consoles.