No Man’s Sky Update 1.04 Is Now Live On PS4, Reportedly Fixes Crashes

Hello Games has released a brand new update for No Man’s Sky on PS4. This patch updates the game to version 1.04. As reported by some reddit users, this patch also reportedly fixes the crashes that were faced by some of the launch day users with the game.

While there is no full set of patch notes available for this update yet, the official Twitter account of Hello Games confirmed that this update adds more stability for the PS4 version of the game.

This update will take around 600 MB of hard disk space on PS4. It was released on PC and GOG earlier this week and can be finally downloaded on the PS4.

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If you are still facing issues despite updating to the latest version of the game, you will have to wait for further update. Hello Games explained their current situation on reddit stating that they are trying their best to resolve every issue with the game after launch.

Please be assured that we are working literally around the clock to resolve the most critical issues for players. We are collating all the data and support requests you have sent, and it is helping us to develop fixes. Sincerely thank you for your help.

Many people have waited so long to play the game, and we know how frustrating it can be to have problems. We hear you, and we humbly request you to wait a bit longer as we try to get these fixes tested and rolled out soon.

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

  • justerthought

    I’m really enjoying this game but the recent update has not stopped the random crashes. During my 6hr play session after installing the update, I experienced 2 random crashes so no change there.

    The crashes are actually so bad, they stop the system from generating the auto report function, so the dev will never ever know they exist. Hence their statement that only 1% have complained. Well I guess they know now if they read this, but random crashes are notoriously hard to fix. Trying to spot a common denominator in a random sea of events is very difficult.