Update 3.0 entitled ‘Origins’ arrives for No Man’s Sky, and it enhances even more the cosmic experience that the players have while enjoying the game. Known as an exploration survival game where the player gets to travel among planets, No Man’s Sky is a pleasant experience for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.
Update 3 for No Man’s Sky became available yesterday, September 23, and it overhauls the game significantly. You can convince yourself from the footage below:
The description says:
Update 3.0, Origins, dramatically expands the universe of No Man’s Sky. Explore a stranger, richer and more varied universe, with deeper planetary diversity, dramatic new terrain, a host of new creatures, new weather conditions, colossal buildings, and much more.
Explore the galaxy and encounter aliens
A lot of scientists suspect that the Universe is teeming with life, and that’s represented very well in No Man’s Sky: the player gets to explore a whole galaxy in its quest, and he’ll be encountering many challenges along the way. Lifeforms from other planets will constantly try to prove their power.
Another great aspect in No Man’s Sky is the possibility of switching planets with no loading screens in between. The players can go to pretty much any planet they want. As the Steam description says:
In this infinite procedurally generated universe, you’ll discover places and creatures that no other players have seen before – and perhaps never will again.
You can wander around planets by either being equipped in a spacesuit or by hopping into a futuristic spacecraft that will take you to the new destinations in no-time.
You can buy No Man’s Sky from Steam for the amount of 27,49€, which is 50% off the initial price. The game runs in both standard and VR modes, without even requiring a VR headset.
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