No Man’s Sky Singularity Update Sends Players On A Clue Hunting Journey

No Man’s Sky has received anoth­er free update, com­ing in the form of arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence, sort of. This new update, name Sin­gu­lar­i­ty, is the sec­ond chap­ter of the sto­ry that was first intro­duced in the Inter­cep­tor update.

Hel­lo Games says the Sin­gu­lar­i­ty expe­di­tion focus­es on the his­to­ry and ori­gin of the har­mon­ic camps–with a mys­tery that touch­es on arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence, the will to exist, and what it means to be alive. Play­ers will be able to build a robot­ic Con­struct and take part in a com­mu­nal goal “that may shape the future.” The sto­ry­line will run for five weeks, with No Man’s Sky play­ers uncov­er­ing clues that point to what awaits in the next update.

Sin­gu­lar­i­ty will also have plen­ty of rewards and new gear to obtain as well. There is a new cos­met­ic set that allows play­ers to look like a machine, new dec­o­ra­tions for bases, an Atlanti­deum fil­ter can be added to jet­pack trails, and the new Way­far­er’s helm can also be added to play­er clos­ets. No Man’s Sky’s Sin­gu­lar­i­ty update also arrived along­side a new patch, with the notes being found here.

No Man’s Sky has seen a busy year already, as Inter­cep­tor, one of the largest updates in the game’s his­to­ry, was added back in April. Sev­er­al months before that, the Frac­tal update added sup­port for the PS VR 2 and numer­ous qual­i­ty-of-life adjustments.

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