The latest update for No Man’s Sky is entitled “Visions” and will release on Thursday, November 22nd for all platforms. This follows the Abyss update from last month, and Visions will encourage players to return to the surface, and explore new biomes and planets with reimagined color palettes. No Man’s Sky’s “Visions” update greatly improves the variety and diversity of planet surfaces with millions of previously dead planets now bursting with life. Players can find mysterious artefacts on alien planets and collect them as mementos or display as trophies in their planetary base.
New and strange creatures will also be found among the stars, to be discovered for the first time. From predatory fauna and deadly flora, such as carnivorous trap planets, they wait to ensnare unsuspecting travelers. A new community research mission will also allow players to share their progress, all working towards a common goal. Players can discover the “Visions” universe together and unlock the Eye of the Korvax helmet, as well as other emotes and building parts.
Visions” will bring more variety to No Man’s Sky as the universe has become more alien, vibrant and exciting for players to explore. Atmospherics and skies have been improved and rainbows added to the range of in-game weather effects, enabling more unique worlds. Players are invited to unleash their inner archaeologist and explore the galaxy for planets containing the bones of ancient alien lifeforms. Travellers can unearth the remains of fallen satellites to salvage for parts but risk drawing the attention of a new threat and danger – corrupted sentinel drones. Players who can endure and survive the most extreme of weather in No Man’s Sky may also be rewarded with previous crystal treasures that only light up in the worst of storms.