'No Man's Sky' Update: New Patch Fixes Corrupted Saves, Tons of Bugs

"No Man's Sky" was struggling to get out of criticisms due to its frame rate issues, myriad game crashes, and bugs that wiped players' planet discovery. Hello Games seems to be having a hard time getting things done just to recover from these encountered problems. President of Sony' Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida released a comment about the complications related to space exploration and survival game of "No Man's Sky." He said that it was because of the over-promising on feature yet it lacks PR support.

Despite of the encountered challenges, Hello Games was consistent on working with the host of fixes for every bugs of the titles including the problems for No Man's Sky. According to Polygon, the studio was prompted to release "No Man's Sky" Update 1.09 intended for the game's PC and PlayStation 4 versions. The developer said that the latest patch was made to provide solutions for the series of bugs and crashes of "No Man's Sky." It can also aid players in loading and saving files that were corrupted.

"The game is now much more robust at recovering corrupted save files." This was the statement which can be seen at the top of the change log for the Update 1.09 of "No Man's Sky" full patch notes. Based on the reports from Game Rant, "No Man's Sky" developer has also listed a fix for the pre-order ship bug issue. This problem has made players stuck in their second galaxy due to the failure to receive the Antimatter blueprint for Hyperdrive. Hello Games said that this can no longer happen. The Update 1.09 have also caused difficulty in some parts of the game. One grenade cannot destroy a Gek factory door anymore. Hello Games was spending a lot of time and effort in delivering bug fixes, instead of developing its post-launch content and future features.

"No Man's Sky" is available for PC and PlayStation 4. 


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