Where to Buy Titanium in Starfield

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Where to Buy Titanium in Starfield

Getting your hands on valuable resources early in Starfield will make crafting and researching much easier. Rather than waiting until you find a specific item in a recipe, having it in your cargo hold ahead of time will let you make everything you need right away, which is why it’s helpful to hop to different stores often and buy their resources. Titanium is among the many materials you can purchase, so I’m here to tell you where you can get some. To learn more, continue reading to discover where to buy titanium in Starfield.

Starfield: Where to Buy Titanium

Starfield’s general stores are the most reliable and easiest way to buy resources. Typically, you can purchase a large assortment of materials in their resource section, with their stock, prices, and quantities refreshing periodically. Below are a few examples of shops you can visit:

  • Jemison Mercantile in Spaceport, Jemison, Alpha Centauri
  • UC Distribution Center in Commercial District, Jemison, Alpha Centauri
  • Shepherd’s General Store in Akila City, Akila, Cheyenne

Trade Authority storefronts also have a chance of selling titanium, but your odds of finding some are much higher at general stores.

Titanium in Shop Menu Starfield
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The average price for titanium is around ten credits, and over a dozen units in stock. However, these values fluctuate daily, and you can reset them by waiting 24 in-game hours. Doing this may also cause titanium to disappear from the store’s available wares, though, so be careful when you do it.

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Why Can’t I Find Titanium?

The items a store carries and sells change daily, so there’s a chance you won’t see any titanium when you visit. The materials also vary in price and quantity; the goods and prices you see one day will change the next time you visit. To refresh a shop, wait on a bench or sleep before rechecking the resource list.

If you want to buy a large quantity of titanium, you can use a similar strategy of buying every unit, waiting, and checking the list to see if the store sells more. That way, you won’t have to hop to different planets constantly to pick some up.

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About the Author

Madison Benson

Madison is a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.