No Man’s Sky players will be pleased to know that the new update has landed today in the form of No Man’s Sky Visions update. Yesterday Sean Murray Founder of game development studio Hello Games took to the official PlayStation blog to reveal more about what you can expect from the new update as well as publishing a new trailer for the content. “Just last month we launched The Abyss, which completely changed underwater in No Man’s Sky. We are excited to now make the planet surface far more interesting and varied to explore.”
“Strange new creatures can be found among the stars, never before discovered by another traveller. Predatory fauna protect their planets from interlopers, with some creatures even masquerading as ordinary minerals. Deadly flora now has much more variety, with carnivorous trap plants and bloated gas flora waiting to snare the unwary and reward the cautious.”
“With more varied planets comes more reasons to explore. Unleash your inner archeologist and search the galaxy for planets containing the ancient bones of alien lifeforms.Unearth the long-forgotten remains of fallen satellites and scrap them for salvagable parts, but risk drawing the attention of new, challenging, corrupted sentinel drones.Those who endure the hazardous storms that blast extreme planets can seek out precious new crystal treasures that only light up during the worst weather.
The universe has become more alien, vibrant and exciting to explore. New shades of sky, grass, and water enable more unique worlds and a more diverse set of science fiction aesthetics. Atmospherics and skies have been improved and rainbows have been added to the range of weather effects.”
For more details on all the new content you can expect to enjoy in the latest No Man’s Sky Visions update jump over to the official PlayStation blog by following the link below.
Source: PS Blog
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