News | No Man's Sky Update Endurance Out Now

Hello Games has unveiled a new update for No Man's Sky called Endurance.

The update is mainly about the cargo ships that were added with one of the first No Man’s Sky updates. With Endurance, these cargo ships are being overhauled. Players can customize much more, including walkways outside the ships, windows to stare into space, and an improved bridge that allows planets to be scanned and analyzed from space. More crew members can also be added.

In addition, the update should adapt asteroids – they now come in many different shapes and can appear in groups of thousands at a time. There are also new black holes and space storms to watch.

The update also adds a new limited-time expedition in the form of Polestar, as well as some Nexus missions that focus on combat.

The update is available now on consoles and PC and is also part of the Switch version that will be released on October 7. The full patch notes can be found here.

News | New No Man's Sky Update Adds Space Whale

Hello Games has released a new update for No Man's Sky that includes a space whale.

The update, called Leviathan, also adds roguelike elements through a new expedition. Players enter a kind of time loop caused by the new creature and must get out of it by completing the expedition. If you die, you have to start over. However, you can collect upgrades and experience the adventure in co-op.

Players can unlock various rewards while playing this seventh expedition. There are the WhaleStalker Cloak, the Temporal Starship Trail and finally the Leviathan, a living ship that players can use in the game.

News | No Man's Sky Update Outlaws Coming Today

The Outlaws update will be added to No Man's Sky today. This is now the nineteenth update of the game.

Hello Games’ Sean Murray reports this via the PlayStation Blog. The Outlaws update will be released simultaneously for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PlayStation VR. At the heart of the update are “smuggling”, improved space combat, a “squadron” that the player can recruit himself, a new expedition and the first new starship in two years.

In Outlaws, pirates have taken over several settlements in the No Man’s Sky universe, from where they smuggle wax and attack nearby planets and settlements. Players can take on them in the enhanced space battles, or choose to help them. To make smuggling a little easier, all spaceships now have a “high-capacity cargo inventory”.

Players are no longer alone as they can create their own group of pilots to aid in the battles in space. The new ship is one of the Solar class, and is mainly found in the pirate-populated parts of the universe. The number of ships players can house has also been increased from six to nine.

The space battles have been improved and can now also take place within a planet’s atmosphere. The ships must be better controlled, weapons have new visual effects, enemy ships get shields and the weapon selection has been deepened. For example, some weapons get new side effects, such as slowing down enemy ships or deactivating the shields.

News | Expeditions update No Man's Sky now available

Hello Games has released an Expeditions update for No Man's Sky.

Expeditions is a new mode in which players go on an expedition together. Players start on the same planet and can pursue different milestones. Rewards, including a new jetpack, ship, and weapon, will transfer to the game’s regular mode at the end of an expedition.

Hello Games says the Expedition mode changes every season and brings new rewards. At the end of each season, expeditions transfer to the game’s normal mode, where they can be continued.

The update also adds Visor Tech goggles to scan secrets in the environment, optimizes load times and allows for merging names from different saves. Visually, the heads up display has been updated and the interface is now displayed in 4K.

Expeditions is available for free download on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One and PC.

News | No Man's Big Sky Origins Update Now Available

Hello Games has released a major new update for No Man's Sky called Origins.

The large amount of changes and new elements that have been added to the game can be seen via the official website. The universe that players explore has to become even more varied with millions of new planets, multiple stars in some universes, much more difference in landscape scale, more different colors, different weather conditions and strange buildings.

Furthermore, the user interface has been updated, new aliens can be found, some planets now contain swamps, the photo mode has been overhauled, there are now volcanoes and firestorms, new items can be created and meteorites are now really landing on planets . Insects and giant sandworms can now also be found.

A complete list of all changes can be found on the No Man’s Sky website. The game is available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.