Published: Sat, November 30, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

No Mans Sky Synthesis update lands tomorrow

No Mans Sky Synthesis update lands tomorrow

Are you still enjoying No Man's Sky on PS4 and PSVR?

Players can own more than one Multi-Tool now and when purchasing new ones, they can either trade in the existing one, or buy another.

Hello Games say that the tool has been "improved and optimized", with increased visual effects and added Restore and Flatten Modes. The latest free update is called "Synthesis", and is releasing today to all players of No Man's Sky.

The huge update will be called Synthesis and according to Sean Murray, the update will come with a few interesting new features including Ship salvaging, first-person exocraft, multiple weapons, ship upgrading, VR upgrade, backpack upgrade and more.

VR Creature Driving: saddle up for your authorized pet in beefy Digital Fact.

Multiple outfits are making to No Man's Sky, which means that players can save a range of custom outfits to quick change into. Furthermore, you'll now be able to take a personal refiner with you allowing you to refine materials on the go, wherever you are.

Labuschagne follows Warner as both hit hundreds in two successive Tests
Australia has never lost a day-night Test and, in such a dominant position after the first day, it appears unlikely that this will be the first.


VR Photograph Mode: see an incredible vista in PS VR?

The starship outfitting station also has the ability to upgrade the class of starships that are not yet S-Class. You can also scrap ships that aren't in use, turning the currency towards technologies and valuable products instead. New technologies will let you manage your inventories over long distances, or warp away from hectic space battles.

There's also an updated space map for the interior of your ship, which (if we're honest) looks basically the same as the one in Elite Dangerous.

New Base Components: sq.is sweet, triangle is healthier!

Murray isn't kidding relating to the "great great extra" bit, either. A list of patch notes details nearly 300 tweaks and changes, with the studio adding a variety of features requested by the No Man's Sky community. It appears that Hello Games is determined to continue improving the game, until No Man's Sky becomes as good as it possibly can be.

Like this: