No Man’s Sky Experimental PC Patch Improves AMD CPUs Support, Frame Rate Stuttering

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No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games has released a new patch for the game on PC. This patch will be available to everyone next week but if you want to try it in its current beta stage, you can manually install the patch through Steam.

To install the patch for No Man’s Sky on Steam, right-click on the game in your Steam library and go to the “Properties” option. Select the “Betas” tab and then type in the code “3xperimental” in the text field. Select the new option that appears in the drop-down menu to install this patch.

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The changelog for this new update mentions improved support for AMD CPUs and fix for frame rate stuttering. You can check it out below.

  • Improved support for AMD CPUs
  • Fixes for framerate stuttering
  • Enables setting the max frames-per-second to 30 or 60 fixes mouse jittering
  • Fixes crashes that occurred after Alt+tabbing out of the game
  • The game will now also notify you if you are running the game with an unsupported graphics card and disable the Gsync feature by default.

Some users have managed to data mine the source files of the game and have discovered interesting information including the scripted assets for E3 2015 demo among other things.

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No Man’s Sky is available now for the PS4 and PC.