Here’s how to get the First Descendant Crystallization Module. And technically, you can grind it out as well.

The Crystallization Catalyst makes it easier to build your character in The First Descendant Game. For the thousands of players that are trying out Nexon’s new game, here’s a quick guide on How to get the Crystallization catalyst and speed up your progress.

How to Get the Crystallization Catalyst in The First Descendant?

Battle Pass

You can get the Crystallization Catalyst in the Pre-Season battle pass. The First Descendant battle pass provides players with several cosmetic upgrades that makes your game look much more polished than it is. However, there are also some small upgrades that actually impact the overall gameplay like the Crystallization Catalyst. Ofcourse, it isn’t as simple as simply buying the Battle Pass and receiving the Crystallization Catalyst.

You need to play the game and complete levels in order to obtain the Crystallization Catalyst. You have to complete missions in order to be able to progress through the game faster. While on paper, you can grind the game and find it, it will take a very long time to be able to do so. 

Buy it

There’s also another way to buy the Crystalliation Catalyst but it is quite expensive. You can buy them for around 300 Caliber each, which comes to around $5 per use. That is a lot of money to be able to spend on a single use of the Crystallization Catalyst, but it depends on how badly you want to be able to upgrade your character. 

What is the Crystallization Catalyst?

The Crystallization Catalyst is a catalyst in the game that allows you to change the module socket type in the game. This could be for a Weapon or a Descendant module and it will allow you to go beyond what is usually possible.

The First Descendant released on July 2 amidst much fanfare. The single-person shooter game has an engrossing storyline that is sure to capture your attention and keep you coming back for more. While there were a few launch-day issues and bugs, it has not been very negative and we expect things to pick up in the next few days.