No Man’s Sky PC Patch Rolling Out Now – Improves FPS, Adds More Hardware Support, And Other Fixes

By   /   Aug 18, 2016
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Hello Games has rolled out a No Man’s Sky PC Patch on both GOG and Steam versions of the game.

Weighing in at 958MB, we have not managed to obtain the official patch notes for the said No Man’s Sky PC Patch. Hello Games’ Sean Murray has, however, reported a few changes via his Twitter.

No Man’s Sky PC Patch on GOG and Steam

Earlier this week, Hello Games announced that a patch for the game was in the works and would fix the game’s most critical issues – which according to numerous reports include stuttering, random frame rate drops, crashes, etc.

While we did not hear from Murray anymore, yesterday he took to Twitter to confirm that a new No Man’s Sky PC Patch was in the testing phase and would make PC players happy.

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He also confirmed a Playstation 4 patch, but also said that it was currently in testing phase. It looks like this is the patch we have been hearing about all along this week.

Coming to known changes that this No Man’s Sky PC Patch brings, you can expect support for more hardware, improved frame rate – even on low-tier machines – and more. Murray also confirmed that the Playstation 4 Patch was in submission process, but players can expect stability and other changes.

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Obviously, there is more to the patch than what Sean Murray highlighted. We will make sure to update the piece with complete patch notes as soon as we obtain them.

Did you get a chance to try out the new No Man’s Sky PC Patch? Do not forget to share your impressions with us in the comments section below!