Open-ended sci-fi game No Man’s Sky has received a brand new patch to rectify some lingering issues from the recently released Outlaws update.
Developers Hello Games posted a patch log on their website on April 22 – giving players an idea of the small improvements made to the game. Pretty much all of the problems were minor, though anyone affected by these bugs will be happy to see the game is more stable now.
No Man’s Sky Update 3.88 Patch Notes
As part of the “Update 3.88” patch, No Man’s Sky has been given a round of stability improvements, some fixes to photo mode bugs, and small tweaks to visual glitches.
All-in-all, it’s not a massive game-changer, but one that will help longtime fans continue playing the game with ease. The entire list of fixes can be found below:
Fixed an issue that caused Sentinel technology to be incorrectly classified as illegal for trading purposes.
Fixed an issue that could cause the Liberation expedition milestone to become unfinishable if players declined to speak fully to the captain of the first freighter they saved.
Fixed falling through the floor when leaving photo mode while sitting.
Fixed an issue that caused the reticle to be misaligned when scaling the HUD.
Fixed an issue which caused Vy’keen horns to flicker.
Improved cape visuals.
Fixed a visual issue on scorched rocks.
Fixed a rare crash related to squadrons.
The blog post on the official No Man’s Sky website wraps up the latest patch by stating: “We will continue to release patches as issues are identified and resolved. If you experience any issues, let us know by submitting a bug report.” Years after its rocky launch and radical redesign, it’s great to see that Hello Games is still dedicated to making its game the best it can possibly be.