No Man's Sky Latest Patch Highlights Bigger Space Battles

No Man's Sky developer, Hello Games has never taken a halt in making smaller patches that could help fix the bugs and improve the game ever since its release. There is another update that was released earlier this week which meant to modify space battles in order to increase size variance, thus allowing for bigger battles for players to see.

The latest patch for No Man's Sky is now available, and this is the full list of its notes: A bug that makes the player's character small was fixed. Bigger battles are now possible for players since space battles will now vary in size. The instantaneous death loop was fixed especially during survival mode.

Once you saved 1 one health no hazard protection, it would still make the player come close to the verge of death when it loads, but this would not happen instantaneously. There is also a fix for steam controller that is not being able to warp. They have also removed up, down, left, right as the quick menu navigation keys so that left-handed players will be able to move while using the quick menu.

The Page Up and Page down is now available to navigate up and down in the quick menu. The duplicated planets were removed from discoveries menu. They have already fixed an issue about redeeming promo ships in survival, which would resul to the ship spawning above the ground.

There is also a fix for missing ruins underwater, which might cause missions to result to nothing. Some rare crashes were also fixed. Some audio tweaks and fixes were also made. They have added ladder climbing sounds and fixed the base building prop sounds which are not playing whenever placed inside a Freighter. Sound effects were also added for calling Freighters.

Sound effects when using communication stations were also added. The issue that would affect ambient sound in Freighters were also fixed. The sound effect was also changed when using Terminus Teleporter, according to VG247.


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