Dyson Sphere Program - The Best Upgrades

Dyson Sphere Program - The Best Upgrades

 The Dyson Sphere Program has upgrades that greatly accelerate development, open up new opportunities and make the game more diverse.  In this guide, we'll share three improvements to unlock first .

Dyson Sphere Program - The Best Upgrades

There are almost 80 upgrades to choose from in the game, which can be difficult to single out which ones deserve attention.

Universe Exploration - Exploration of the universe

The first thing you need to learn is Universe Exploration as it is cheap and only costs 10 electromagnetic matrices and the effect is invaluable. Universe Exploration allows you to see the location of all resources on the map of your planet.
This is much needed information as you don't have to run around the planet looking for copper or iron. A further upgrade along this branch will allow you to see resources on other planets.

Drive Engine Lv2 - Level 2 Drive Motor

Drive Engine is the best upgrade in the Dyson Sphere Program. The Tier 1 drive motor allows you to fly at high altitudes, and the flight itself consumes fuel. More importantly, the second level of the Drive Engine will unlock Mecha Sails. The second upgrade will give you the opportunity to leave your planet and explore others. Exploring other planets is very important because each planet has unique resources.

Veins Utilization - Use of veins

Using "veins" increases the mining speed and reduces the amount of ore consumed during smelting.

At first, this upgrade will not give a strong effect and will be subtle, but as soon as you level up to 3-4 levels, then significantly speed up production.

Vertical Construction - Vertical construction

Vertical building is useful at all stages of the game. While most structures cannot stack on top of each other, with the vertical structure you can fold almost any structure to free up much-needed ground space. Stacking Labs will double production and costs. Further pumping this upgrade will increase the number of available storage layers.

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