Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Gray Meteorites Locations Guide

by Vlad
May 4, 2020

The Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Gray Meteorites are crafting materials you need in order to build Lvl. 10 Speed Chips and Lvl. 10 Jump Chips.

Both of them are required if you want to get all achievements or the platinum trophy on PlayStation 4.

Since you can unlock the Lvl. 10 Speed Chips and Lvl. 10 Jump Chips by crafting all previous levels for these specific items, it means that you’ll need a lot of Gray Meteorites in DBZ Kakarot.

This brings us to the present guide in which I’m going to show you my favorite farming spot.

Before we start, I suggest using this farming method for Gray Meteorites after you complete the game; or when you start moping up the remaining trophies and achievements in the video game developed by CyberConnect2 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

How Do You Get Gray Meteorites In DBZ Kakarot

The area you’ll want to visit to get a lot of Gray Meteorites in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is Darlinge Polynya.

Yes, the same area where we have found the Premium Reindeer Meat and Turquoise Trout, amongst other rare animals and fish species.

On the map below, you can see that I have marked a specific spot on the area map.

This spot is actually the cave where we have found the Frozen Rabbit Meat.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Gray Meteorite Location
Look for the hidden cave!

Gray Meteorites Farming

Once you get to the said cave, you will see a lot of sparking crystals on the walls.

So what you have to do, is shoot them using your Ki Blast. After you’re done destroying all of them, save your game.

Now, reload your manual save. The crystals will respawn, and you’ll be inside the same cave.

Keep doing this until you have the required amount of Gray Meteorites to buy the chips you want.

Here is what a crystal that drops a Gray Meteorite looks like.

DBZ Kakarot Gray Meteorite Location
Shoot the crystals on the walls!

If by any chance you encounter difficulties farming Gray Meteorites in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot,  simply drop a message, and I’ll do my best to help you.

Obviously, if you know a better farming spot, let me know in the comments section, and I’ll make sure to check it out and add it to the guide.

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