Hello Games has released another new update for No Man’s Sky today for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The download size for this update is rather large, weighing in at more than 2 GB. It should be available to download now on all platforms.
No Man’s Sky received its major expansion in the form of a free update titled as NEXT in July. Since the launch of the NEXT update, Hello Games has continued to work on the game, taking feedback from the players and fixing any bugs that pop out with the release of each patch.
The patch notes for update version 1.59 can be seen below. They can also be accessed directly from the PS4, however, there is no way to check them on the Xbox One.
- Fixed a number of crashes, including one in the inventory UI.
- Fixed an issue that could cause discoveries to stop saving.
- Fixed an issue where players with certain numbers of inventory slots would have those slots hidden by other UI elements.
- Addressed a bug that could cause Community Research portals not to return players to the correct galaxy after mission completion. A recovery fix to return people to the correct galaxy is in progress.
- Fixed a number of small text issues in the first Community Research mission.
- Addressed an issue where the starship was unable to land after changing missions while facing a mission marker.
- Fixed an issue where players with corrupt saves would be recovered but have no ship (please note – this instance involves instances where the ship was the corrupt data, and so ships have been restored to default).
No Man’s Sky is available to download now on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It was developed and published by Hello Games.
Update: A new update 1.60 was released today (9/20/18)