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 Written by Brandon Hofer  on August 11, 2017

News: A pretty big update has just been released to celebrate the one year anniversary of No Manís Sky launch.



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A new update is now available for No Manís Sky and it seems to be a pretty massive update. It is update 1.3 and the biggest update Hello Games has ever released. It brings in a bunch of new content and will be free to all No Manís Sky players.

This new update is titled No Manís Sky: Atlas Rises. It features a new storyline where players can discover more about the universe. Some of the main features in this update include the following:

  • 30 hours of branching story and deeper lore

  • Procedurally generated guild missions

  • Much deeper interstellar trading

  • Star Systems have varying wealth, conflict and economies

  • Overhauled Space combat controls, weapons and AI

  • Portals stargates enable quick travel

  • Terrain manipulation for more complex bases

  • New farming and mining interactions bring increased depth

  • Increased biome variety and Rare exotic biomes

  • Analysis visor & discovery improvements

  • Galaxy map and many other UI improvements

  • New S Class ship designs

  • Low altitude flight and the ability to crash your ship

  • Crashed Freighters to salvage on planets

  • Joint exploration


  • This update also marks the first step, according to Sean Murray, into the world of synchronous co-op in No Manís Sky. What do you think about these changes? Have you stopped playing No Manís Sky? If so, will this bring you back? If you have never played this game, will this new update convince you to give the game a chance?



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