No Man's Sky's 3.0 version has just been revealed. It's called No Man's Sky Origins, and the update "dramatically expands the universe". The game will now have more planetary diversity, new terrain and creatures and weather conditions, and huge buildings.
By planetary diversity, there are now millions of new and untouched planets for players to explore, which means that there are also some rare systems with multiple stars. This creates beautiful new patterns in the sky that really look out of this world, amirite?
While player bases have remained undisturbed in the new update, which is good. The user interface has been revamped, which by the website looks pretty clean and easy to understand. There's also alien fauna that can be encountered, which can either be roaming the terrain, rolling along it, or burrowing through it. They can be harvested for edible produce, although who knows on how good it'll taste.
If you see cloud coverage over a planet in space, if you go down into the planet you'll see the same cloud coverage that you saw from space, which means there is now more variety between clear skies and planets that are overcast. This goes with the palette of colors that the game now offers, as there are now more variations for players to discover than what could be found before.
If you would like to check out the full patch notes for No Man's Sky Origins, be sure to go here and scroll down to the bottom of the page. Do it slowly, because there's a lot of neat images to look through that highlight the differences shown in the update compared to what used to be in the game.
If you're looking to buy No Man's Sky, it's currently half-off on Steam, so be sure to check it out. It is also available on PS4, Xbox One, and Humble Bundle for PC, where it is also 50% off.
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