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At DEEP ROCK GALACTIC, we pride ourselves on having obtained practical dominance of the most lucrative belts of the Outer Rim. While our foolish and cowardly competitors generally regard these systems as too volatile or high-risk, to us they are home.

At this time, we have a total of 87 ORBITAL SPACE RIGS in operation throughout more than a dozen Outer Rim systems, with 16 more currently under construction.

Space Rig
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The Space Rig is one of 87 orbital operation bases and drop pod deployment stations owned by the Deep Rock Galactic corporation.

It currently features the Mission Terminal, the Drop Pod, Abyss bar and 4 "Bay" rooms where the dwarves sleep between each mission, and where players load in when starting the game. In these rooms players can search for Quickplay games and change their class.

Description[edit | edit source]

Space rig interior
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When you leave your Bay, you will find yourself in a large open hangar. On the ground floor you'll find The Mission Terminal with a large green hologram of the planet below, the drop pod, the Upgrade Terminal, Vanity Shop (For cosmetics), the 'Change Looks' terminal, a Launch Tutorial terminal, a Mineral Trading terminal, the Abyss Bar, three elevators, and the Medibay that can't be accessed at this time.

Taking the elevators up to the middle floor, you will find four more hallways, only two of which are open. The opened ones are labeled 'Top Hangar' and 'Memorial hall'. The closed hallways are labeled 'Shooting Range' and 'Mission Control'. There's also a curious hole in the ceiling of this room. Taking the elevator in the 'Top Hangar' section will lead you to a restricted area where the previously green tunnel has been mysteriously sealed off.

At the top of the elevator located next to the Abyss Bar, on the left hand side, is a gravity calibration button. Once pressed, it causes all players and barrels to be sent upwards towards the roof and set into a slow motion low gravity fall. This is a useful method for going through a certain hole in the ceiling. In addition, there are 25 barrels you can kick around, including one green barrel. Certain barrel related actions will prompt special messages from Mission Control.

Areas[edit | edit source]

Ground Floor[edit | edit source]

Upper area[edit | edit source]

  • Memorial Hall
  • Top Hangar
  • Former Armor Station (no access)
  • Shooting range (no access)
  • Mission Control (no access)
  • Hidden Tunnel

Terminals[edit | edit source]

On the ground floor around the Drop Pod are various terminals.

Mission Terminal[edit | edit source]

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The Mission terminal is where you select your next mission. Upon interacting, it shows you the available biomes. When clicking on the biomes, you can see more detailed what missions are offered there and get more details on those missions. The Mission Terminal is locked for everyone except the host of a party.

Vanity Shop[edit | edit source]

Main article: Vanity Shop

Here you can buy new cosmetic varieties for your dwarves. Cosmetics are bought with Credits Credits and Crafting Resources. All cosmetics must be bought individually per class.

Assignment Board[edit | edit source]


Here the player can accept and abort assignments. As of Update 18 "Job Opportunities" the only assignments available are The Probationary Period, and retirement assignments for all four classes. More assignments are planned to release in future updates.

Upgrade Gear[edit | edit source]

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Here you can buy upgrades for your dwarves. Everything can be upgraded, including your armor and your flares. Also you can choose your Perks.

Upgrades differ between the classes. For lists of all upgrades, refer to the corresponding dwarf page.

Mineral Trade[edit | edit source]

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At the Mineral Trade, you can exchange your crafting resources for minerals and vice versa. This is a good way to get rid of your minerals in the late game for additional money, or to buy resources if you only need two more Croppa for that new Upgrade.

  • Selling pays 50 Credits per unit
  • Buying costs 150 Credits per unit

Change Looks[edit | edit source]

Here you can equip the cosmetics that you bought in the Vanity Shop.

Launch Tutorial[edit | edit source]

Interacting with this terminal immediately starts the Tutorial Mission, where you play a solo mission as Gunner with Bosco in the Shallow Grotto and learn about the basic mechanics of the game. Playing the tutorial is highly recommended for new players.

Cheats[edit | edit source]

The Cheats terminal is only available on the Experimental Branch of the game, and was added in Update 14: "Feature Creep". The player can use the terminal to give themselves Perk points, Crafting resources, Credits and Experience points.

Trivia[edit | edit source]