'No Man's Sky' Latest, News & Updates: Game Patch to Address Latest Flaws; Atlas Stones' Use Detailed

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Aug 15, 2016 11:25 AM EDT

Hello Games' "No Man's Sky" is considered a massive hit during its release despite not being greatly appreciated. Sadly, the game received a handful of flaws as of late and the fans have to deal with a few mishaps; but the journey is just beginning for the space explorers.

Some spoilers may be seen below for the supposed future of "No Man's Sky." Generally, Hello Games' hit title has a lot to offer its fans in terms hints and fixes optimize their gaming.

Fans claim that "No Man's Sky" is one of the best games to hit the screens recently, though the imperfections are considerably vast. One concern that players talked of would be the bad frame rate, which was officially addressed by Hello Games themselves, PC Gamer reports.

On the lighter side of things, however, "No Man's Sky" is still as enjoyable as things get when it comes to finding out more about the galaxies within it. According to Game Rant, players are being given their share of clues on what to do with the Atlas Stones, some of the vital commodities found within the game.

One hint to account for is keeping the Atlas Stones for future use, which requires an acquisition of 10 stones at first before being utilized. Though it may seem like a lot, it is said to come in handy especially in getting through with their"No Man's Sky" adventure.

The moment that players collect all 10 Atlas Stones, they will be able to choose between two options: making a new galaxy with the Atlas Stones or to push through with the exploration of "No Man's Sky" as they kept doing so.

Given that players may opt to make a new galaxy, the game is considered beaten and done. That being said, gamers will be given a new journey in the process.

What else will "No Man's Sky" offer the masses? Keep posted for more gaming news. 

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