When No Man’s Sky made its debut, Hello Games he promised immediately that he would continue to update the project in the long run, to improve and expand it. We can definitely say that he has kept his word, considering how many updates have arrived since 2016 and how much, today, the experience is different from what was presented at launch.
Some time ago our Marino had told you about the latest news for Hello Games space travel, which had managed to kidnap him from update to update. Today, the team led by Sean Murray confirmed the availability of a further update, Prisms, which brings about substantial changes to the graphics sector of the game.
The patch, which carries the title to its version 3.5, «Significantly improves the experience of No Man’s Sky, with many new technologies and graphic features»Explain the developers. “The universe has never looked better, with reflections, new texture effects, more details for biomes, improved lights, new skies, new effects, new furs” the list begins.
Sean Murray took the point very precisely, with improvements including:
- Fur coats
- Flying animals
- Rain and climatic conditions
- More stars
- Bytebeat expansion
- Parallax Occlusion mapping
- New warp effects
- Improved Photo Mode
- New particle effects
- New rays for light
- Increased the detail of the biomes
To help you see all the news up close, there is the video that you can find just above, in the body of our news.
One aspect that the developers have placed particular emphasis on is support for the SSR (Screen Space Reflections), which allows you to create reflective surfaces that offer a new level of realism, thanks to the use of lights.
Find more details directly on PlayStation Blog official, where Murray has taken a closer look at some specifics of the update, now available for download. Previously, we recall, a much talked about update had also been released that had introduced the possibility of enjoying domesticated animals that could accompany us during space travel.
No Man’s Sky is available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Sean Murray recently made headlines for the case as well Cyberpunk 2077, joking that some had compared the difficult launch to the situation experienced by his own No Man’s Sky. Five years later, however, Hello Games can say it has continued to take care of the thornier aspects of its production, and fans are wondering what else is in the pipeline for the future.
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