'No Man's Sky' Latest News & Updates:Details Of The Biggest NMS Patch For PC Revealed!

By Staff Reporter , Updated Aug 23, 2016 11:31 AM EDT

Hello Games has just recently released series of patches for the game "No Man's Sky" for the PC version. The new update is divided into three patches which focuses on the game's various bugs.

'No Man's Sky' Patch 1: Greater Support For More Hardware

According to Express UK, the first patch for the game "No Man's Sky" focuses on hardware bugs of the game. The game is now confirmed working on Phenom CPUs where thousands of lines of assembly have been rewritten to support this said patch. Havok Physics has also been created to add Phenom support.

Hello Games also made enhancements on the game "No Man's Sky" with its graphics performance of the game. Improvements of the game's maximum frame rate and replacement of the GPU caching system has been done which will eliminate stutter. Mouse smoothing option has also been added for the game in their patch.

'No Man's Sky' Patch 2: Bugs And Crashes, Game's Stability

Patch 2 and 3 for the game "No Man's Sky" concentrates more on the improvements of the gameplay. The Patch 2 of the game will provide solutions on the frequent crashes of the game.

The possibility of the players to get stuck in the game will now be developed as bugs like warp locking and scanning errors are now fixed. Hello Games has also made sure that you can save the game without growing in file size.

'No Man' Sky' Patch 3: Common Support Requests And Crashes, Stranded Players And Corrupted Files

Users can now load corrupted game saves on the "No Man's Sky" Patch 3. Players will no longer get stuck in space stations anymore and those who will die within the planet's atmosphere will respawn with repaired ship.

Patch 3 also fixes large number of waypoints in the game "No Man's Sky." Fixes are also made with the crashing of the game when more discoveries are made and more blueprint are collected in the game. 

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