No Man's Sky Beyond: What the Download & Install Size Is

No Man's Sky Beyond: What the Download & Install Size Is

No Man's Sky Beyond: What the Download & Install Size Is

At this point, No Man's Sky has better crafting/building, proper multiplayer and the next big update lands today.

Almost three years to the day after the ambitious universe simulator No Man's Sky launched, it is receiving what may be its most important update ever - one which will bring it close to delivering on all the promises that developer Hello Games made ahead of the game's release, along with a few additional features.

Fixed a number of crashes on PS4 and Xbox One caused by rendering large textures.

The Space Anomaly: Feeling lonely?

According to Hello Games, the fixes in patches 2.05 and 2.06 will be rolled out to other platforms "as soon as possible", which isn't great news for console players looking forward to testing out the game's new social hub, the Space Anomaly.

Fixed a crash affecting VR with supersampling enabled.

Fortunately, No Man's Sky Next packed in an all-new quick menu that players can use for just such settings.

No Man's Sky developer Hello Games has acknowledged some players are having trouble with the Beyond update.

However, Hello Games has jumped on the bug pretty quickly.

Technology trees: Deciding what to do next in No Man's Sky has always been a struggle, but new technology trees give a more clear visual representation of how to unlock new items and recipes.

A Foundation Update in 2016 added quality-of-life improvements, a home planet feature, and a survival mode.

At the moment, this crashing problem seems related to No Man's Sky Beyond's new ambient multiplayer, which has only just been patched in. The Path Finder update in 2017 added new vehicles and base features, and the Atlas Rises update added over 30 hours of narrative. The game did improve over time, with the "NEXT" update bringing much of those into the game world.

Murray said that following the launch of Next, Hello Games was working on hot-fixes "often daily", so there's a good chance we'll see hot-fixes deployed for Beyond as well.

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