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A new faster exocraft is now available, along with new performance and cosmetic customization options.
The first season of the game's community events tasks players with excavating stuff underground.
Players will have to opt in for the update if they want these changes.
Hello Games have put out a new update for the game's PS4 version.
Hello Games continues to clean up the various bugs the NEXT update brought along.
No Man's Sky NEXT is an absolute looker on both consoles- with a few hiccups.
No Man's Sky, meanwhile, debuts in 12th place following the release of NEXT.
No Man's Sky NEXT is an obvious improvement over the base game, but don't expect anything too drastic.
Hello Games founder demonstrates a 34 second drop courtesy of NEXT's base-building.
A complete guide for the No Man's Sky NEXT update.
Patch 1.51 is currently available for PC, but Xbox One and PS4 players will have to wait.
Owners of the GOG version will have to wait till later this year for support.
No Man's Sky's upcoming update is looking to fulfil the promises of the original game.
Such as a collapsed star is born anew, so too is No Man's Sky rising from the ashes.
The NEXT update adds multiplayer, and also a requirement for PS Plus and Xbox Live for the multiplayer.
Sean Murray says he is still proud of the original game Hello Games created back in 2016.
Creator Sean Murray admits the development team talked about the game "way earlier than we should have".
Missions and events with different rewards will be added on a weekly basis, and will be "100 percent free".
At long last, No Man's Sky is becoming the game it was meant to be to begin with.
This new update will now allow players to bump into each other in the game's universe.