No Man’s Sky Synthesis’ update permits you to upgrade your favorite ship
Hello Games, who is the developer of No Man’s Sky, has revealed the latest update for its popular space exploration game. Titled Synthesis, the highlight of the update is a new upgradation system that permits one to visit one of the game’s many starship-outfitting edges to smug up his/her favorite spacecraft. By using the new system, one can upgrade one of the current ships to S-Class, as well as add extra inventory slots. As part of a connected salvaging system, one will also be able to break down any ships that he/she no longer wants into offal materials or augmentations that permit that one to enhance the capacity of one of the other spacecraft.
The theme of this update is to improve quality-of-life. Hello, Games has upgraded the player inventory system, making it both more comfortable and faster to use by permitting the gamer to draw and drop items to switch their place in the inventory. The studio has also added a new feature that allows players to save multiple various outfits within the customizer menu of the game so that the gamer can then switch promptly between them when he/she wants it. Additionally, the update gets feature balance to the VR and non-VR versions of the game. If one plays the game in virtual reality, he/she will be able to access No Man’s Sky photo mode, as well as ride-on creatures. For those on conventional platforms, the gamer can now pilot an Exocraft in first-person.
The update is now available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. In recent memory, few games have had a complete turnaround like No Man’s Sky. Initially, when it came out in 2016, both critics and players came away despondent after years of hype. However, to Hello Games’ credit, the studio ran through No Man’s Sky. For a lot of people, Engadget staff comprised, the game’s recent Next and Beyond updates were the turning point. He also stated that finally, No Man’s Sky had become the game it had always said it would be.