No Man’s Sky Update Is Star Trek AF, Speculate no more! Hi Games uncovered the following expansion to the consistently growing universe of No Man’s Sky. It’s called Endurance, and it’s stacked with additions to space (space biome?) and brings the thrills of assuming responsibility for an armada of starships to your screen. While past updates have widened the selection of ships in the game, this one will permit you to live in and investigate your ships on a more extensive scale, taking in the cosmic voxel-based vistas from windows and portholes as you diagram your next journey or take on the update’s new undertaking “Polestar.” You can look at the trailer here.
Perseverance is the latest in a series of updates that have decisively further developed No Man’s Sky’s standing with gamers throughout recent years. It comes shortly after the announcement of its forthcoming Nintendo Switch port, due out this October. The game’s roots have always taken inspiration from classic science fiction tropes Why Gaming Group FaZe Clan, and this latest update takes cues from the likes of Battlestar Galactica and Star Trek, planning to convey the thrills of directing a massive ship to investigate strange new worlds. To seek out new life and new civilizations. To strikingly go… OK I’ll stop.
Perseverance promises a “complete update of freighters and fleets,” as indicated by the trailer. This update is tied in with allowing you to encounter day to day existence on board a massive starship, joined by your group, prepared to take on new voyages and space battles. Ships will get an altogether new extension section, as well as outside walkways to look at the heavens above. New areas have been designed for this experience; asteroids have seen a sensational change: they’re getting more variety with thousands of them showing up immediately. You can see from the trailer that they’re not just undeniably more changed and esthetically pleasing, yet they also assist with selling the scale of this game. The update is also expected to incorporate dark holes, nebulae, and other cool space phenomena.
Toward the start of the week, Hello Games pioneer Sean Murray, as he is wont to do, teased No Man’s Sky fans with a single strong-arm emoticon and an image of each and every significant NMS update to date, with one space left mysteriously clear. As is normal, speculation on Twitter and Reddit went wild, however it’s unmistakable now that the display of strength through that emoticon was a reference to the updatetitle.
It’s striking how much diversity is in this update. No Man’s Sky has turned into somewhat testing to describe to new players. It’s most certainly a survival/investigation game — on a cosmic scale at that. Yet, honestly? This game is just an ideal day’s end jam to chill with. So while the legendary scale space fights are certainly enticing, I’m content to just hang out on a ship and stare off at planets knowing, “No doubt, I could land there. No serious deal.” Maybe I’ll fabricate a greenhouse or something.