No Man’s Sky updates again: here’s what changes

Hello, Games released No Man’s Sky Update 3.88, which contains a number of key fixes, including a fix for a rare crash-related bug and other stability improvements.

The procedural sci-fi title (which you can find on Amazon at a great price) has in fact received various patches and updates of a certain weight over the weeks.

Just a few days ago, in fact, the new big update Outlaws introduced space pirates in the vast explorable universe, completely free.

As also reported by PSU, now this new update confirms once again – as if it were needed – the commitment made by Murray and associates.

No Man's Sky updates again: here's what changes

“Thanks to everyone who is playing with the Outlaws update, especially those who have taken the time to report any issues encountered via Zendesk or the console crash report,” reads the team’s official post.

“We are listening carefully to your feedback and have identified and resolved a number of problems. These fixes are included in patch 3.88, which will be available on all platforms soon. “

Among the various No Man’s Sky fixes, an issue has been resolved that caused Sentinel technology to be incorrectly classified as illegal for trade.

But not only that: an issue has also been fixed that could cause the objective of the Liberation expedition to fail if the players refused to talk to the end with the captain of the first rescued cargo ship.

Finally, an issue that caused the reticle to become misaligned when resizing the HUD was also fixed.

This umpteenth patch surprises in any case up to a certain point: Sean Murray had in fact guaranteed that the team still had no intention of stopping after 6 years.

But not only that: we also remember that the procedural sci-fi space adventure will also arrive on Nintendo Switch consoles in the coming weeks.

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