Hello Games has released a new experimental patch for No Man’s Sky Next, introducing the first gameplay changes for the title after the launch of the major patch and several hotfixes on all the platforms.
No Man's Sky has gone through lots of tough challenges and steps that led to the building of the game it is today and, while I believe this evolution is something we should welcome and hold very dear and close to our video gamers hearts, it's clear that it has disappointed many of the users who gave Sean Murray and Hello Games their trust back in 2016.
No Man’s Sky Next is out now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, and it has introduced so many new things to the game. In a tech analysis, NX Gamer has looked at all the ways the latest update has improved the main title.
During the last few hours, community has discovered a bug that basically destroys save files on No Man’s Sky, PC version, and shared more information about it on the game’s official Reddit. Hello Games has since deployed patch 1.52.2 that gets rid of it on PC.
Hello Games is working on a new hotfix to fix an array of issues with No Man's Sky NEXT including the Missing Sky Fleet Room Bug. The full patch logs are released on Steam along with Experimental testing.
No Man’s Sky Next has been available for a couple days now and Hello Games has already unleashed a brand new hotfix patch to make it a little better thanks to the feedback of the community and their discoveries.