Yesterday’s update for No Man’s Sky was huge. It fixed a myriad of lingering issues; players can now recover old saves and have new options to set whether or not other players can attack them. It also introduced some new features, including the long-awaited Galactic Atlas.
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People have started civilisations, governments and police forces in No Man’s Sky. One player saw a different kind of business opportunity: A contracting company that builds bases for other users. In only a few days, his business has gotten so popular that he’s decided to donate some of the profits to charity.
I hadn’t booted up No Man’s Sky in more than a year when I first dove into the recent Next update. I had an old save littered with dim memories and obsolete technology, but I decided I was gonna do things right: I was gonna start anew. I now regret my decision.
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.