No Man’s Sky Past is Stay, However Some Gamers Are Dealing With Crashes, VR Points
Past, the subsequent massive replace for Whats up Video games’ procedural area exploration sim, is reside. However some gamers are reporting pretty common crashes on consoles and PC which makes exploring the universe a bit troublesome.Whats up Video games’ procedurally generated area exploration sport, No Man’s Sky, simply acquired one other main replace immediately. The Past growth, which was launched without spending a dime, provides VR assist, expanded multiplayer assist, and a bevy of quality-of-life enhancements to make leaping in for brand spanking new gamers even simpler.
The replace has solely been reside for a pair hours, which isn’t sufficient time to get totally immersed within the new Past replace. However some gamers are simply having bother accessing the content material. There are reviews of quite a few crashes on both consoles and PC, as well as some wonkiness trying to get VR to work properly on both SteamVR and PSVR. Some players are also reporting that No Man’s Sky Beyond’s new social hub, the Nexus, is the source of a lot of crashes.
No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games has acknowledged some players are having trouble with the Beyond update. Hello Games founder Sean Murray told IGN, “Already today we have brought together a build for some of our statistically more important issues on Xbox and PS4. Similarly on PC we expect to get changes on experimental on PC very soon after release.”
No Man’s Sky was first released in 2016 and promised players they could explore over 18 quintillion planets, all procedurally generated. Despite large amounts of hype, No Man’s Sky was received tepidly at launch, and Hello Games spent the following years markedly expanding the content and gameplay in No Man’s Sky.
A Foundation Update in 2016 added quality-of-life improvements, a home planet feature, and a survival mode. The Path Finder update in 2017 added new vehicles and base features, and the Atlas Rises update added over 30 hours of narrative.
In 2018, Hello Games released No Man’s Sky Next, a major update that added full multiplayer, character customization, new terrain, and further base building features. And Hello Games followed Next with its latest update, Beyond.
Murray said that following the launch of Next, Hello Games was working on hot-fixes “often daily,” so there’s a good chance we’ll see hot-fixes deployed for Beyond as well.
Check back on IGN for more updates on No Man’s Sky Beyond or jump in if you have the chance. No Man’s Sky Beyond will not be deleting your previous save after all, so you can dive right in and pick up where you left off.
Matt Kim is a reporter for IGN. You can reach him on Twitter.