‘No Man's Sky' Update 1.12 Patch Notes Out Now; See What it Brings to PS4 and PC Players

By Staff Reporter , Updated Dec 09, 2016 05:00 AM EST

It's almost the end of the year and finally, Hello Games released the much awaited update for the "No Man's Sky" game. After battling series of issues and enraged fans, the development team though wary and apprehensive should be excited about the this new patch. Previously, Hello Games announced that they have been working on an update called the Foundation Update.

Now, it looks like they're all set to bring this new fix in order to fans to get their money's worth and get back to the game. The Foundation Update is like a beta version where Hello Games gathered the necessary information to address big issues about the "No Man's Sky" game.

As the "No Man's Sky" update 1.12 arrives, here are the most significant patch notes included. Take note, these are all based on the fan feedback brought by Update 1.1 or the Foundation Update. First off, according to the No Man's Sky site; mod detection has been included in the game; a new method of mod installation has also been launched in order to secure the server of the game. Remapping of the build menu for PC players is also added. The quick menu commands will be able to support Azerty keyboards.

The issue on underwater building spawning without doors has also been addressed. This new update on the "No Man's Sky" game will enable players to push through with the NPC missions and complete them during their progress in the game. Other issues brought by the "No Man's Sky" update 1.12 include fixes on rare and minor crashes as well as the issue of important items automatically transferred from the exosuit inventory to the starship inventory.

Are you satisfied with the latest "No Man's Sky' update 1.12? What else is lacking on the latest patch notes that you want to be addressed on the next update? For more news about the "No Man's Sky" game, check them all here on GameNGuide.

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