'No Man's Sky' Latest News & Update: Hello Games Releases Patch Notes for PS4 & PC; Solves Crashes, Audio Glitches, and More!

By Louise Bonquin , Updated Dec 13, 2016 07:27 PM EST

"No Man's Sky" finally received patch notes for PlayStation 4 and PC. The former was the first to be released and the content looks promising. The PC version is nice as well and provides just the needed fixes and update for better PC gaming experience.

The patch notes for PS4 was said to be 1.5 GB in size and it was officially labeled as update 1.13. Based on "No Man's Sky" discussion page on Reddit, gamers said that Hello Games included these improvements for PS4:

"No Man's Sky" players can now put the hanging light decors on both the floors and ceilings. Also, the bothersome sounds of plants springing up in the galactic distances are no longer there.

According to PlayStation Lifestyle, the "No Man's Sky" patch 1.13 for PS4 also fixed a bug that at some points is making the character player small in size. The duplicated planets in the discoveries menu were also taken out already.

Moreover, the space battles will now vary in size so "No Man's Sky" players may possible see smaller or bigger combats. The issue with vanishing underwater ruins that is turning the missions leading to nothing has been mended. Of course, the crashes have been addressed as well.

In any case, the attempted recovery of "No Man's Sky" goes on with the launch of update for PC. Similar to the patch notes for PS4, this one also offers fixes for issues concerning the audio.

Some of the improvements and fixes for the "No Man's Sky" audio include added ladder climbing sounds, addition of sound effects for calling firefighters and when using the communication stations. The problem with the base building prop sounds not playing when inside a ship or aircraft has now been fixed too.

Lastly, the rare crashes that beset "No Man's Sky" has been solved already. For the full patch 1.13 changelog for PC, it can be read on Steam.

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