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Even with the addition of multiplayer and some limited ways for players to grief one another, No Man’s Sky still isn’t built for large scale warfare. Player-made civilisations are finding other ways to resolve their differences. Namely, they do it through espionage.


Ever landed on a planet in No Man’s Sky, minding your own business, mining some carbon, when a sentinel comes over, scans you, and brings the fist of God down onto your cheerful space adventure? Fuck those guys.


No Man’s Sky’s latest update allows players to build bases anywhere, unlike the previous version of the game, where you could only build in preset locations. The update also added some new kinds of building materials, and allows players to build their bases up to delirious heights. Here are some of the coolest and wildest bases that players are making right now.


When you’re zooming through space in No Man’s Sky, sometimes you’ll hear what sounds like a clap of thunder. That’s a freighter warping in. Freighters are massive ships you can use to haul loot. If you don’t have a freighter of your own it can be hard to figure out how to get one, or what to do with one when you have it. Here are some tips.


Whether you played No Man's Sky two days ago or haven't played since launch, returning to the game since the Next update is going to involve some adjusting. If you're wondering how to make Warp Cells or where to find resources, here's a few tips.