We just got to hear that No Man’s Sky is getting an update for the first time of the year this Wednesday.
As quoted by developer Hello Games, this update called the “Setinel” brings an “overhaul of the combat systems in game and enemies you meet, to create something much more challenging and exciting. No Man’s Sky is a game about exploration, but our universe has always been one filled with hazards and danger. Sentinels police the planets you explore, and have long been an element of the game we wanted to make more interesting, deep and fun — whilst also allowing players to defeat and overcome them in a more meaningful way.”
An AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution upscaling feature can be used by PC players, and it’s nothing dependent on the graphics card. However, users having compatible RTX cards can have the NVIDIA’s AI-based DLAA anti-aliasing mode turned on.
No Man’s Sky now has additional lore and missions, and a brand new expedition which rewards players with a fresh jet pack customization once completed. Also, build pieces in the build menu can easily rotated, revealing ways for base construction. There’s much enhanced speed in teleportation as well.
Right now, No Man’s Sky can be accessed through PC, Xbox and PlayStation. Also, all the features will be available in Nintendo Switch when it gets on it possibly this summer.