No Man's Sky Event Launches

A new Beyond Development Update 2 has the latest from Hello Games on their ongoing work on No Man's Sky, and the Beyond update for the space exploration game. There are details on a new version 2.12 patch that's now live. They also have images and details on a bunch of free rewards they are giving away in a new event that's underway as of today. Here's more on that:
It has been a few weeks since our last blog post, and we wanted to share a little more news from the studio.

The team here are still working intensely to address high-priority issues, as well as to improve the overall polish and quality of life of the game. Update 2.12 has been released to all platforms today, with the long list of fixes and improvements available at the end of this post. However, we also have a larger feature to announce…

Community Research
Very soon, we will be launching a community event, with new content available to earn from the Space Anomaly. Each mission completed at the Nexus will contribute to a cross-reality target for all Travellers. Universal progress will unlock a series of exotic items synthesised by Polo’s robotic companion, available to purchase with Quicksilver.

As with every update, all this new content is completely free for all existing players – there are no microtransactions in No Man’s Sky.

The event commences today, and has no set deadline for completion. Progress may be tracked from the Galactic Atlas website, or from the Quicksilver Robot itself.
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Muscular Beaver wrote on Sep 18, 2019, 22:28:
While I certainly got my moneys worth out of the game, it still got boring quickly, because all the planets look the same after a while. You just dont see new stuff anymore.
Yupp. The variety of planets, even now promoted in videos for Beyond, isnt there. I have visited over 50 systems ... you have your seven biome types (lush, desert, hot, radioactive, frozen, poison, barren) and they look all the same. One desert planet looks like ALL desert planets. There is a slight variance in fauna, flora or mineral shape, but these are just details. You know one desert planet, you know ALL desert planets. Sure, they sometimes throw in one of those exotic worlds, but there you also have recurring subtypes. You know one exotic planet type, you know ALL planets of this sub type.

For all the hype of exploring the unknown ... actually the universe looks very small, because there is just not enough variety.

No Man's Sky is three years after it's release still one broken promise after the other.
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