No Man’s Sky: Synthesis Update Coming Tomorrow, Adds Personal Refiner

Starship upgrades and scrapping, Terrain Manipulator improvements and more also included.

Posted By | On 27th, Nov. 2019 Under News


No Man's Sky Synthesis

Hello Games has announced that next major update for No Man’s Sky, titled “Synthesis”. As update 2.2, Synthesis will add a number of requested features including the ability to upgrade Starships and salvage any unwanted ships. The Terrain Manipulator is also seeing some improvements with new Restore and Flatten modes.

Other features include first person Exocraft; revamping the Space Map; and speeding up a number of interactions. For instance, the Galactic Trade Terminal can now be accessed instantly. Other improvements include purchasing Planetary Charts from a full UI of the shop rather than via a dialog interaction.

Perhaps the biggest change, however, is the Personal Refiner. This will allow players to refine elements within their Exosuit. That’s right – no more placing a portable refiner down, thus streamlining the process significantly. Check out some of the major changes coming below – a full breakdown can be seen here. Stay tuned for more details on the update when it goes live tomorrow.

Synthesis: Introducing Update 2.2

The Synthesis Update introduces a number of frequently-requested features and improvements to No Man’s Sky Beyond. Alongside these new features are a large number of community-led quality of life improvements, as well as general polish.

  • Starship Upgrades – Visit the Starship Outfitting Terminal at a Space Station to add inventory slots to your favorite starship, or spend nanites to upgrade its class.
  • Starship Salvaging – The Starship Outfitting Terminal can also be used to salvage unwanted ships for scrap, granting valuable products and technologies.
  • New Terrain Editing System – The Terrain Manipulator has been improved and optimized, with new visual effects and new Restore and Flatten Modes.
  • Protected Terrain Edits – Terrain edits made within a base are now protected from regeneration. The protected edit system has been improved to allow more edits to be made before reaching the cap.
  • Save Custom Outfits – Added the ability to save a range of custom outfits in the Customizer, allowing for quick changes between a range of appearances.
  • First-Person Exocraft – Players of all versions of the game now have access to First-Person Exocraft.
  • New Features Enabled in VR – Features have been unified across VR and non-VR. Photo Mode and Creature Riding are now available in all versions of the game.
  • Space Map – The starship Space Map has been overhauled, improving the quality and clarity of the visuals.

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