'No Man's Sky' Latest News & Update: Hello Games Revealed New Patch Notes for Next PC Update

By Ruffy , Updated Dec 02, 2016 03:23 PM EST
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The developer behind the space exploration game called "No Man's Sky" has announced a new set of patch notes for the next PC update. Hello Games posted the details of the patch on the Steam page of the game, but the release date of the new updated has yet to be revealed.

According to the reports of Gamespot, most of the new update will contain fixes with some of the minor issues that PC players have been experiencing in "No Man's Sky." New features will also be part of this next update such as mod detection and allowing gamers to remap build. There will also be added support for the Azerty keyboards since it would be able to do quick menu commands.

All of the information regarding the next patch has been uploaded on the Steam page of "No Man's Sky." The notes contain that some players have been reporting that NPCs seem to miss out on some important dialogue for missions. The regarding the NPCs will be resolved in the latest update for the PC version of the title. Aside from that, the next patch will also prevent crashes to keep from happening even though it occurs rarely.

Other fixes that are included in the new update for the PC version of "No Man's Sky" also included monitor detection for third party remote desktop or screen sharing applications. Players will also experience the absence of Steam Init errors while running the game with a .exe file.

Previously, Hello Games have released the "Foundation Update for "No Man's Sky." This update included a new feature where gamers can build their own base. It also introduced the new game modes which include Normal mode, Creative mode, and Survival mode.

There is no definite release date yet for the latest update of "No Man's Sky" for the PC platform. However, players can now download the "Foundation Update" for PlayStation 4 and PC.

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