|This article is about the Propulsion Cannon. You may be looking for the Repulsion Cannon or the Prawn Suit Upgrade.|
The Propulsion Cannon is a tool crafted using the Fabricator. It can be upgraded to the Repulsion Cannon via the Modification Station. The Propulsion Cannon takes up four slots in the player's Inventory.
The main function of the Propulsion Cannon is to attract and launch objects with its beam, including small Fauna or Flora and Harvesting Nodes within a range of 19 meters or less. It is also used to move away debris blocking the player's path in the Aurora and in wrecks.
Objects can be suspended via the Propulsion Cannon by aiming at the object and pressing player can also load an item from their inventory into the Propulsion Cannon by pressing . Once an object is loaded, the player can launch the object by pressing again. Pressing with an item loaded releases the object without launching it.. The
Attracted objects can be picked up by the player with. This makes the Propulsion Cannon useful to catch fish and pick up hard-to-reach items.
If a Bleeder latches onto the player's arm, the player can use the Propulsion Cannon to grab the Bleeder. It can then be blasted off.
The Propulsion Cannon uses energy from a Battery, which can be replaced with . While picking up objects does not use any energy, holding objects with the Propulsion Cannon uses 1% of its energy every 1.3 seconds. Launching objects uses 4% of its energy.
The Propulsion Cannon can be recharged with the Swim Charge Fins.
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The propulsion cannon allows technicians to manipulate gravitational forces at ranges of up to 20m. It is commonly used in construction and mining to move materials.
The Alterra Prop Cannon: Some species are telekinetic. For everyone else, there's Alterra.
- The Propulsion Cannon has many similarities to the gravity gun from the Half-Life series. The developers have even admitted to using it as a design inspiration.
- ↑ https://trello.com/c/rG57ovhB/238-dna-sandbox Dated March 5, 2015.
- ↑ https://trello.com/c/d9QkTWfN/3325-prototype-propulsion-gun Dated January 7, 2015.