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No Man's Sky Worlds Part I update 5.0

No Man’s Sky just unveiled “Worlds Part I” as a big update for the game. This is also known as version 5.0 and it should be rolling out on Switch soon.

According to Hello Games, the update features “an entire universe refresh, bringing huge leaps in water and cloud quality”. That’s on top of increased planetary variety, new gameplay features, and more.

Here’s the full rundown:

No Man's Sky Adrift update

Hello Games has revealed “Adrift” as the next major update for No Man’s Sky. This should be rolling out on Switch soon.

The studio says that it wants “players to experience an alternative universe”, and now with the expedition, they can be “truly alone.” That means shops, trading, shortcuts and help are eliminated. Plus, sandworms now roam free, buildings are broken and rusted, and a new ghostly frigate beckons in space.

There’s plenty more here as well. Players can access the Iron Vulture starship, new ship customizations, and more.

Here’s the full rundown:

No Man's Sky Orbital update 4.6

Hello Games just revealed “Orbital” as the next major update for No Man’s Sky. This is known as version 4.6.

The update includes the latest features, content, and fixes. Highlights include an overhaul for space stations, ship customization, new shops, and new base parts. This is just the tip of the iceberg, and Hello Games goes over it all with the latest patch notes.

Here’s the full rundown:

No Man's Sky Omega update

No Man’s Sky returned today with its latest major update, which is known as “Omega”. This is also associated with version 4.5.

New content, improvements, and fixes are included. Some of the highlights include the Starborn Runner starship, a new community expedition, and Atlas Path rework – though there’s so much more.

Here’s the full rundown:

No Man's Sky Holiday 2023 Expeditions update

Hello Games has put out one last update for No Man’s Sky to end 2023, and players can now access “Holiday 2023 Expeditions” – or version 4.46.

Expeditions are happening in new sections of the universe, “offering explorers another opportunity to experience these stories and events and earn exclusive rewards.” Players can also find community favorite Cartographers from 2021 as a limited run. We also have to mention that Hello Games has made even more visual improvements for the Switch version.

Here’s the full rundown of the update:

No Man's Sky Switch visuals

Something that may have gone under the radar with this week’s No Man’s Sky news is that the game’s visuals have been improved on Switch.

Hello Games just issued a new “Echoes” update and it’s pretty significant. But aside from actual content additions, what was tucked away on the official website and patch notes is that the Switch version has been touched up.

No Man's Sky Echoes update

No Man’s Sky has revealed its next major update, which will be dubbed “Echoes”. Version 4.4 goes live on Switch today.

The update features a secret society of robotic aliens and players can explore the mysteries of the Autophage, perform their rituals, learn their language, and assemble their own ceremonial staff. 

Here’s the full rundown on the No Man’s Sky “Echoes” update (version 4.4):

No Man's Sky Singularity update version 4.30

Hello Games just announced a Singularity update for No Man’s Sky, which is the community expedition ten for the game. This will run for about five weeks.

The event has players exploring a harmonic camp, nestled among the purple-hazed mountains of Ahei XV. The narrative-heavy journey comprises the second chapter of the story introduced in Interceptor. Some exclusive rewards can be obtained as well.

Below are the full patch notes for the No Man’s Sky “Singularity” update (version 4.30):

No Man's Sky update 4.22

No Man’s Sky is back with another update, with version 4.22 having been made available.

A bunch of different bug fixes are included this time around. Hello Games has addressed a networking-related crash, a memory leak with texture rendering, and much more.

The full patch notes for the No Man’s Sky version 4.22 update are as follows:

No Man's Sky Interceptor update 4.2

The latest update for No Man’s Sky has just been made available, and players can now access version 4.2 – known as Interceptor.

Here players can explore corrupted Sentinel planets, fight a legion of new robotic guardians, hijack their technology, steal their ships, harvest their resources, destroy their freighters, and more. There’s plenty more here as well including the standard round of bug fixes.

The full patch notes for the No Man’s Sky version 4.2 “Interceptor” update are as follows:

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