No Man’s Sky is getting upgrades for each the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, developer Hello Games introduced right this moment. The upgrades might be free for gamers already on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and might be out there on the launch of each subsequent era consoles, November 12 for PlayStation 5, and November 10 for Xbox Series X/S.
Announcing the No Man’s Sky: Next Generation replace, Hello Games founder Sean Murray took to each the PlayStation Blog and Xbox Wire to element the sport’s subsequent era content material. According to Murray, on the PlayStation 5, No Man’s Sky will benefit from Sony’s haptic controls and 3D AudioTech sound. Additionally, the sport might be out there for PlayStation VR by way of backwards compatibility on the PlayStation 5. Both updates will characteristic 4K decision at 60 frames per second, 32 participant multiplayer, sooner load occasions, new base constructing, and may have cross-play with gamers nonetheless on the final era of consoles and PC, an addition added again in June of this yr. Both upgrades can even permit gamers to switch their saves from the earlier era. Full replace particulars might be discovered on the hyperlinks for the PlayStation Blog and Xbox Wire.
Just final month, Hello Games introduced one other huge replace for No Man’s Sky, including “millions” of recent planets, new landscapes, and customizable UI choices with new colours and kinds. You can see the trailer for final month’s replace right here. Additionally, Hello Games lately added No Man’s Sky to Xbox Game Pass, put mechs within the recreation, and added the horror-based replace Desolation. As Murray factors out in his weblog posts for PlayStation and Xbox, Next Generation is the sixth replace Hello Games has put out for No Man’s Sky this yr alone.
It appears like a special lifetime that No Man’s Sky came out again in 2016 and was met with combined reactions from followers and critics. However, within the 4 years the sport has been out, Hello Games has proved to be dedicated to persistently upgrading and updating the sport, as evident by the aforementioned wealth of recent content material that is come to it in 2020.