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No Man’s Sky 1.10 Update Patch Notes Arrive; Sean Murray Talks

by | @jblrules316 | on November 27, 2016

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Sean Murray has finally broken his silence and has announced the patch notes that will feature in the latest Foundation Update for No Man’s Sky.

Sean Murray tweeted: “If you could have lived our lives over the last months, you’d know how meaningful this is. Here’s update 1.1“.

The full patch notes can be seen by clicking here. They have added a ton of new features that should please gamers that bought the game back in August. It might even entice some players to come back.

One of the more interesting additions is three new game modes. There’s the Normal Mode which is the default option seen at launch. The second is Creative Mode that allows you to explore the universe without any limits and also has the chance for you to build your own base. Lastly, there’s the harder Survival Mode for hardcore gamers.

The biggest new feature is allowing you to build your own home base. You can make it as big or small as you want it to be. You can even recruit new alien lifeforms to help you research new technology and more.

They have also added new technology and resources for you to find and construct. Again, if you want to see all of the details, click here for more. Will you be playing the game again?

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