Over the years following the release of No Man’s Sky, it remains to surprise many players the state the game is compared to its initial release. For 2023 alone, the game has continued to meet and exceed expectations of its users. In February, PlayStation VR 2 launched with official support for No Man’s Sky.
Included as part of the ‘Fractal Update’ which launched then, the client included enhancements for the new peripheral alongside Nintendo Switch gyro controls & left hand mode as well. Entering into the spring also featured the ‘Interceptor Update’ which included new enemy types, improved combat as well as missions to expand the universe’s plot as well.
This week, the new ‘Echoes Update’ has gone live and features a bevy of improvements alike prior clients before. You can watch the trailer in the video below:
“Uncover the Autophage, a long-hidden civilisation of robotic beings. With bodies cobbled together from scrap metal and salvaged technology, these wandering constructs appear in a huge variety of styles – from slender pipe-wrought robots to hefty cloth-draped machines” One of the biggest focal points in the new trailer is the addition of robots fully embraced in the new trailer.
“Join minds with Priest Entity Nada to investigate, meet, and perhaps befriend the mysterious robotic Autophage. A guided mission chain brings many hours of narrative and adventure, exploring the origin of these secretive constructs and what it means for the universe as a whole,” the website expands on the group. Even more is the immersion with the new destructible freighters that bring scale to a new level in No Man’s Sky.
“Realise your raiding ambitions with explosive space combat. All capital ships – from outlaw dreadnoughts to merchant freighters – can now be reduced to stardust, allowing piratical pilots to earn additional scrap after looting each and every cargo pod. A brand-new combat HUD tracks the hull integrity of large vessels, allowing starship pilots to plan their attacks with precision.”
What has you most excited for No Man’s Sky ‘Echoes’ update?
No Man’s Sky is out now for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation VR, and PlayStation VR 2.
Source: Hello Games