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Hoth (EPM)
Hoth (EPM)
Galaxy Euclid
Region Gocutul
Star system Revoltwo-Kepler I
Galactic coords 08C5:0077:014A:0027
Biome Frozen
Weather Wandering Frosts
Resources Frost Crystal, Magnetised Ferrite, Dioxite, Copper
Sentinels Passive
Flora Ample
Fauna High
Claimed by Empire of Phantomium Marxium
Discovered by Jikomiko
Discovery platform Xbox
Game Mode Normal
Updated Beyond

Hoth is a planet in No Man's Sky.


Hoth, as seen from space.

Hoth was the capital planet of the Empire of Phantomium Marxium civilization in the Visions Era. It is located in the Revoltwo-Kepler I star system.

The Star system itself is located in the Gocutul region, Beta Quadrant, of the Euclid galaxy.

A certain region of the planet overlooking an ocean has been mostly populated by the EPM while it served as the capital, at approximately these planetary coordinates: latitude/longitude -11.52, +100.06

Alias names[]

Xbox Current: Hoth

Planet type[]

Hoth is a Frozen planet. The weather consists of Wandering Frosts, meaning that storms occur regularly on the planet. Resources on the planet are also scarce, players will have to come packed with resources for survival beforehand. During construction hours, no predators have been reported so in that regard the planet may be considered safe.


There are no moons orbiting Hoth.


Notable locations[]



Name Environment Gender Diet Height Weight Discovered by Image Brief description
B. Anamphibiniplium Biome - Frozen Indeterminate Fresh Leaves 1.1m 43.3kg blek456 B. Anamphibiniplium.jpg A creature resembling a bird, which is Hydrophobic


Name Color Discovered by Image Brief description
G. Oxygenae Carbonium White/Green blek456 G. Oxygenae Carbonium.jpg A tree with a fractal root structure and green leaves which is sensitive to light.





Release Differences[]

Other than no longer being the capital of the EPM, there are no recorded differences in the planet itself.