No Man’s Sky Endurance Update Available Today

Devel­op­er of No Man’s Sky, Hel­lo Games, has unveiled the next expan­sion for the space explo­ration title, called Endurance. This is the 20th update released for the No Man’s Sky thus far, and like all its oth­er con­tent, will be free to down­load start­ing today, on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Switch, and PC.

This update pri­mar­i­ly focus­es on man­ag­ing freighter fleets, cus­tomiz­ing your cap­i­tal ships, and explor­ing the inside of the new bridge sec­tion. Play­ers will be able to observe the galaxy through the the bridge, as well as oth­er sec­tions of the ship. Build­ing on the out­side of cap­i­tal ships is now permitted.

Each ship can be inhab­it­ed with crew mem­bers that will keep the freighter oper­at­ing at its peak, like engi­neers, biol­o­gists and tech­ni­cians. Freighter exte­ri­ors also received a visu­al over­all, with enhanced tex­tures, detailed sur­face dec­o­ra­tion (which can be cus­tomized), and improved colors.

Organ­ic frigates also fea­ture more diver­si­ty, com­ing in a num­ber of col­or, shape, and ten­ta­cle fig­u­ra­tion. Traits and states of these organ­ic ves­sels can also be evolved by feed­ing them from the Fleet Man­age­ment screen. Last­ly, tele­por­ta­tion nodes can be set up on any point in with­in the ship, mak­ing it eas­i­er to trav­el between sections.

Hel­lo Games also over­hauled space debris in this update, giv­ing astroid fields more detail, mak­ing them more visu­al­ly excit­ing. Black holes also received a new visu­al effects update.

Anoth­er mas­sive addi­tion in this update is the Polestar expe­di­tion. It’s an inter­stel­lar cruise where you’ll need to keep the freighter repaired, reveal its mys­te­ri­ous past, and jour­ney across space as its cap­tain. Com­plete the expe­di­tion and you’ll earn exclu­sive base parts, posters, the Fleet Com­man­der’s Cape, the High-Grav­i­ty Freighter Trail, a Child of Helios com­pan­ion, and even more rewards. To check out all the details, head on over to Hel­lo Games blog post.

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