In this video we will cover the best way to find all of the ultra rare and rare items in the game. <title:> There are many ways to find rare and ultra rare items, most of the ways are all down to RNG, for those in blissful ignorance of what this is, it stands for Random Number Generation. This system dictates what you get from the majority of things in the game. All mobs and containers that you loot, even vendors, have a loot table, which is a big long list of the possible items you could get from them.
Some however are not RNG and others just have super good loot tables with near garuntees of ultra rare and rare items. The best source of these items are hidden caches. Hidden caches are a subset of containers that are just dotted all over the map, hidden in places you are unlikely to look. You might be thinking i’m going to give you a big map of every location, but luckily, i don’t have to. It’s at this point that i’m about to say a small spoiler toward something you can do in the game that affects the main story. I consider it small, and I heard about it long before I did it, as many game reviewers had mentioned the mechanic, but anyway, you have been warned! One of the things you can do as you progress through Mass Effect Andromeda and you gain AVP or Andromeda Viability Points is open up cryogenic capsules.
These capsules host a number of skilled individuals each of which give you special buffs to aid you in your travels. Well, if you chose Reconnaissance, you will be permanently buffed with the ability to see all hidden caches located around activated forward stations. There’s.. eer. quite a few of them. Each of these hidden caches almost always hold Remnant Cores which are need for crafting the best stuff in the game, as well as loads of Remnant Polymer, and heaps of other stuff to help you progress faster and with more ease. Now, these hidden caches are subject to RNG, they just have super good loot tables. There is a classic way to get around this, and while I won’t be doing it as i’m a bit of a stickler for not using glitches and exploits, you could quite easily just save the game before you get particularly close to it and then keep loading until you have the best possible items.
This isn’t for everyone but if you want to do it, it’s your game, do what you like. If you do intend to do it though, just remember to save a decent distance from the cache as it’s not opening that decides what’s inside, it’s getting within a certain distance, mostly likely when it’s in sight due to soft loading of the container and therefore it’s loot list gets loaded. Super short video this time, more coming on a daily basis along with my entire playthrough being livestreamed every night.
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