No Man’s Sky is launching their fourth Twitch Drops event to celebrate the release of the Endurance Update which brought massive changes to freighters, frigates, base building—even adding deep space storms into the mix. Twitch Drops are free items awarded to players for watching specific Twitch Drops enabled streams. So, if you’re looking to grab free Starships, cosmetics, and companions to explore the various planets in style, make sure to tune in to the No Man’s Sky Twitch Drop enabled streams to earn a variety of awesome content.

How to earn Twitch Drops rewards in No Man’s Sky

The process of earning Twitch Drops is fairly simple. All you need to do is link your PlayStation, Xbox, or Steam account to your Twitch account. In order to do so, follow these steps:

  • Head over to the official No Man’s Sky Twitch page, and sign in to your Twitch account. (Or create a new account, if you don’t have one already)
  • The next step is to link your platform account (PlayStation / Xbox / Steam)

After you have successfully linked both your Twitch account and platform account, you will be eligible to earn rewards from Twitch Drops. Keep in mind, you will only earn rewards for watching Twitch Drop enabled streams.

How to claim Twitch Drops rewards in No Man’s Sky

Once you have earned a reward, you will need to follow a few steps to receive it. All unlocked rewards must be claimed from Twitch within 24 hours. Then, players must open No Man’s Sky and head over to the Space Anomaly. Here, your rewards can be found in the Quicksilver Store. If you do not see your rewards reflected in the Quicksilver Store, try logging out of the game and then logging back in. Be sure to collect the rewards in-game within 24 hours of claiming it in Twitch.

All Twitch Drop Rewards in No Man’s Sky

Twitch Drops are free items rewarded to players for watching Twitch Drops enabled streams on Twitch. The longer you watch, the better your rewards will be. The following are all the rewards you can claim from the No Man’s Sky Twitch Drops event.

Day One

  • Atlas Cake Poster / Atlas Firework Pack – 15 minutes
  • Blistering Mushroom / Artemis Decal – 30 minutes
  • Iteration: Ares Visage – 1 hour
  • A-Class Multi-Tool – 2 hours
  • A-Class Hauler – 3 hours

Day Two

  • Counterfeit Pass Poster / Atlas Firework Pack – 15 minutes
  • Watchful Protrusion / Null Decal – 30 minutes
  • Iteration: Hesperus Visage – 1 hour
  • H. Skipwhae Companion – 2 hours
  • A-Class Fighter – 3 hours

Day Three

  • Friend-Entity Poster / Atlas Firework Pack – 15 minutes
  • Tentacle Spire / Warning Decal – 30 minutes
  • Iteration: Eos Visage – 1 hour
  • A-Class Multi-Tool – 2 hours
  • A-Class Hauler – 3 hours

Day Four

  • Territories Poster / Atlas Firework Pack – 15 minutes
  • Betentacled Steward / Tentacled Decal – 30 minutes
  • Horrific Flesh Helmet – 1 hour
  • H. Oakarboe Companion – 2 hours
  • A-Class Hauler – 3 hours

Day Five

  • Abyssal Poster / Atlas Firework Pack – 15 minutes
  • Silver Walker Statue / Horrific Decal – 30 minutes
  • Exosuit Backpack – 1 hour
  • A-Class Multi-Tool – 2 hours
  • A-Class Fighter – 3 hours

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