Hello Games is constantly rolling out updates for its action-adventure survival game No Man's Sky. Currently, the latest 1.24 update is now available to all slated platforms. The said patch is nowhere near the massive Path Finder update, but it was announced that the update would solve the remaining problems following the release of the said major patch.
According to Attack of the Fanboy, No Man's Sky update 1.24 includes bug fixes on several issues such as game freezing and more. Before the update's release across all supported platforms, the patch notes were also revealed for players to check.
As seen in the notes, there are fixes to the bug, which caused player's bases to disappear. An optimization on the light shafts is also included that allows players to enable them on PlayStation 4. The Update 1.24 also offers improved frame rate when players are playing with unlocked frame rate or having their V-sync disabled.
Hello Games released the game's update 1.23 not too long ago, which is much more significant than the latest patch that brings new additions to the game. Possibly the most notable one was the addition of 30fps lock for PlayStation 4. This addition was a great help for those players who encountered issues regarding the frame rate in the game since launch. The frame-rate locked at 30fps now becomes the default setting for the game. Players who play the game on PlayStation Pro are required to set it manually. However, it is noted that frame rate issue is a rare case on PlayStation Pro due to its improved power.
Regular players of the game, who encountered some issues that have not been addressed yet, are encouraged to report them to the developers to be fixed. No Man's Sky is now available for PC and PlayStation 4.