No Man’s Sky Patch 1.52 Now Available For PC, Coming Soon To Consoles
Hello Games has dropped another No Man’s Sky Next patch during the weekend, claiming that a console version of the same 1.52 patch is set to be coming soon to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, too.
“Thanks again, everyone, for playing NEXT, exploring the universe and all its new features, and letting us know about any issues you’ve experienced. All of this is incredibly helpful for us in ironing out any major issues quickly and safely,” says the studio.
“We have now released update 1.52 to PC, which includes the fixes detailed below. We’ll be rolling out these fixes to other platforms as soon as possible.”
So here’s the changelog:
- Fixed an issue that will restore more savegames for players who saved with partially repaired tech.
- Fixed an issue where players who had partially repaired a piece of broken technology would have an incorrect item in the repair interaction
- Fixed an issue where players in underwater bases played the wrong animations
- Fixed an issue where freighters incorrectly reported they did not have enough fuel to warp
- Fixed a crash in the base-building system
- Improved garbage collection and reduced memory footprint of physics
- Prevented occasional crash in animation
- Reduce memory footprint of planetary textures from space
As said, it’s all bug fixing, not new features coming as part of the post launch support for No Man’s Sky Next. More stuff will be coming in the future, said creator Sean Murray, but now it’s the moment to fix things before launching other content or feature.
So, did you find your bug there?