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No Man's Sky getting 'Pathfinder' update this week, adds new vehicle

No Mans Sky PS4 PC Hello Games

Hello Games seems to picking up the pace on new updates for No Man's Sky as their next one was just announced to come out this week.

Dubbed the "Path Finder" update, it's slated to introduce a new ground vehicle that will aid players in their planetary exploration. Beyond that, it's not quite known what else this new update will bring other than fixes but Hello Games says full details will be coming with the patch notes.

Cryptically, Hello Games says this update will "hint at the path ahead." What could it mean? Perhaps the game will be more planetside-focused going forward; we'll have to wait and see.

The Path Finder update comes some three to four months after the first major update (dubbed the "Foundation Update"), so it would seem Hello Games is finding its rhythm in development and we can expect that new content will come every quarter of a year or so. At this rate, we could see the third update around July if things keep up.

While no specific day or time was announced, keep an eye out for No Man's Sky's Path Finder update sometime this week.

Source: No Man's Sky

What are your thoughts on the newest update coming for No Man's Sky? Does it make you want to get back into the game?


This game still around? I totally forgotten all about this game existing to be honest. I hope whoever still plays this game that the patch does more good than harm for their game play experience.

I didn't hate it from the beginning, but I kind of got away from playing it with so many other releases. I want to go back to it and start all over but there are so many other things that will have my attention first. I'm still finishing Horizon ZD, I would like to get Nier, but then there's Mass Effect Andromeda.

I fell off of this game so hard that I don't even know which way is up to get back to it. I know the game has an endpoint (getting to the center of the universe or whatever) but with no real direction or motivation to get there it's impossible to talk myself into picking it back up. I want to play games I can reasonably finish, and if I'm playing something that can't be finished (like multiplayer games) then I want to at least do something besides wander around aimlessly forever. Once the initial thrill of finding new stuff and naming it silly names wore off there wasn't a whole lot left.




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