No Man's Sky Singularity Update Leads You On A New Cosmic Pilgrimage

Published: June 7, 2023 9:19 AM /


A robot looking out over ships launching into the pink sky in the No Man's Sky Singularity update

Hello Games has released a brand new No Man's Sky update. Singularity will continue the story that the previous update, Interceptor, started, taking you on a new cosmic pilgrimage that will have you questioning "the very nature of what it means to be alive". Of course, there's also new gear to collect and much more.

The last No Man's Sky update introduced corrupted Sentinel worlds and robotic secrets, and Singularity will continue that story. According to Hello Games, it'll be a "narrative-heavy journey" that constitutes the second part of what's intended to be a four-part story at its conclusion. Here's the new No Man's Sky Singularity trailer for you to ponder.

As you play through Singularity, you'll assemble a robot Construct, culminating in a new customization set that you'll finish with either an Atlantid or Crimson head based on choices you make during the story. Excitingly, Hello Games says that delving "below the surface" of Singularity's narrative will also reveal clues regarding what's next for the game.

As well as the above, you're also getting new posters with which to decorate your bases, plus new jetpack and freighter trails, new base decorations, and new gear to make you look stylish while you're socializing with other space travelers. Nada and Polo will also be on hand to assist you with a new communal goal that "may shape the future of the universe". Sounds weighty. Make sure to give that the full attention it deserves!

The No Man's Sky Singularity update is available right now across all platforms. It's a pretty substantial update, so make sure you take a look at the full patch notes before diving in. Stay tuned to TechRaptor for more news on this cosmic redemption arc as it happens.


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Hello Games
PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
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August 9, 2016 (Calendar)
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