It’s been quite some time since No Man’s Sky’s ini­tial release and the game has been through quite a bit of change since then. Devel­op­er Hel­lo Games has had quite a few free updates and it appears they are ready to drop anoth­er one. Today, they teased the next con­tent release, called Frontiers.

In a Twit­ter post, Sean Mur­ray from Hel­lo Games includ­ed Fron­tiers at the end of a list of every update that has come to the game thus far. The post also shows a siz­zle reel of past updates, with a title card at the end that con­firms Fron­tiers will, too, be free for all play­ers. This is a rather small tease and includes no details on what Fron­tiers will entail.

In addi­tion to show­ing all the list­ed updates, the tweet puts into con­text just how much work Hel­lo Games has done with No Man’s Sky since its orig­i­nal release. The game launched back in 2016, but it has gained a devot­ed fol­low­ing since then and is now basi­cal­ly a live game.

I seems that the Fron­tiers expan­sion is the fifth anniver­sary sur­prise that Hel­lo Games hint­ed at back in May. If it arrives this year, it’ll be the four named update launched in 2021.