No Man's Sky is available now for PlayStation 4 and PC, and will launch for Xbox One alongside the "NEXT" update on July 24. Players can even own multiple bases, meaning they don't have to settle for creating one ideal super base.
The No Man's Sky multiplayer update has been in the works for quite a while now, with early testing of the feature seen in Atlas Rises update past year.
Fight as a pirate or a wingman in epic space battles with friends and enemies.
Unlimited base building is supported allowing you to build a base on any planet. They can create race tracks and trails to share online.
One of the biggest new features that comes with the Next update (yes, that is its actual name) will be multiplayer, allowing you to team up with budding explorers either as a group of mates or with random players.
Another great addition in the Next update is the option to now play the game in a third person view. There's also significantly more detail added to ships, NPCs and buildings. It'll also be launching for the Xbox One at the same time on July 26th.
Planetary rings and improved space visuals make space more handsome than ever.
With that ability, players can command a fleet of ships as they explore the universe.
Hundreds of new base parts have been added to No Man's Sky. No Man's Sky's alien worlds have been given a fresh coat of paint, with improved planetary terrain generation, ground textures, water and clouds. You can then send your fleet out into the vast expanse, or use them to explore specific systems. Finally, if space combat and exploration is your niche instead of vanilla planet discovery and colonization, you can opt to create your own fleet of frigates that can be controlled via your fresighter itself.
Dramatically increased base building complexity and size limits.
Invite your friends aboard and take on challenging multiplayer missions from the Galactic Commission Station on your bridge. "It was an innovative, weird and at times lonely game".
No Man's Sky is back again with a new update coming next week, titled No Man's Sky Next. I loved that, it reminded me of the science fiction books I grew up with.