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Core to Core Jump is a method of travel.


The Core to Core Jump technique consists in transitioning to the next galaxy via its center and landing directly in the next galaxy core area. This is achieved by passing through a Black Hole in the core area of the starting galaxy, immediately reaching a Gateway system and then warping to the Galaxy Center as usual. The spawning point coordinates in the next galaxy will be exactly the same as the black hole exit coordinates. This method has stopped working in the current version of the game.


This innovative technique for traveling through galaxies was originally discovered by DJLemon-HouseM. It was further explored and refined by InExCor explorers.

In May 2020 Ygolnac with the aid of Peacebomb refined and published this technique after a month of research.

Initially it was thought that giving birth to a Star using an Atlas Interface and the Heart of the Sun blueprint was necessary, but it was determined that simply passing through a black hole was the only prerequisite to do a Core to Core Jump. This allows the most recent theory concerning the Atlas influence to be discarded and assumes that some hidden properties of the Hyperdrive technology are in place. Possibly the device itself gets hypercharged for short periods of time after passing through a black hole.

Ironically, this method of travel was discovered only a couple of months after InExCor CEO Peacebomb traversed all the 255 galaxies in the old way, navigating each from the spawn rim to the core.


This technique has been tested as follows:



Fast travel to next Galaxy Core.

Core to Core Jump. Blackhole Glitch.