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Posted September 5, 2017 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

No Man’s Sky Patch 1.35 Details


The team at Hello Games have been busy righting the wrongs of No Man’s Sky since its fairly miserable launch just over a year ago in August 2016, and it seems finally fans are starting to appreciate their work.

No Man’s Sky Patch 1.35 is the fifth patch that has been released since the massive update last month titled Atlas Rises.

Atlas Rises included many features and changes that fans have been begging for, and since its release the Steam review ratings have taken a turn and No Man’s Sky itself is now almost unbelievably in the ‘mostly positive’ category.

The future of No Man’s Sky seems very bright with Hello Games continuing its support for what was a very incomplete game at launch, and with all DLC so far being free, fans appear to be returning in droves.

Check out the full patch notes for No Man’s Sky patch 1.35 below:

Features and changes

  • Introduced ship handling variances between types/classes. Each individual ship now has procedural handling and speed characteristics, based on their type and class
  • Handling is now displayed as a value on the ship statistics screen
  • It’s now possible to craft multiples of the same product at once
  • Added the ability to craft more of the same product on top of an existing stack
  • Improved transferring items between inventories
  • Added a toggle to switch from buy to sell screen on the trading menu
  • Added variance in handling between ship types
  • Improved the appearance of popup menus
  • Improved speed and smoothness of user interface page transitions
  • Reduced the amount of resource required to repair tech in Survival mode
  • Improved visuals for editing terrain
  • Improved display of critical warning messages
  • Added message to notify the player if they select a portal glyph they have not yet learned
  • Added additional information to the quick menu when the player attempts to charge something with insufficient resources
  • The quick menu will now automatically close after selecting an option
  • Alien words which have been translated are now highlighted in interactions
  • Improved messaging when portal glyphs are rewarded
  • Improved user interface navigation using Q, E, W, S and A and D keys
  • Added ability for player to enable torch while in caves
  • Improved galactic map saturation, colours and effects
  • Added an option in the galactic map to toggle user waypoints

Bug fixes

  • Fixed an issue preventing players with very long play times being able to save
  • Fixed an issue where black dots would occasionally appear while looking into the sun
  • Added audio when interacting with portals
  • Prevented hazard effects showing while teleporting or warping
  • Prevented mission log opening when you unpin recipes
  • Prevented players being able to scan creatures through the terrain
  • Fixed an issue causing extremely distant points of interest to show when scanning
  • Removed large white marker which would occasionally show up permanently over buildings
  • Fixed an issue where visited buildings would not correctly update their icon
  • Fixed an issue where visiting a building would not correctly mark nearby waypoints as visited
  • Fixed an issue where scanning buildings would not also scan nearby waypoints
  • It’s no longer possible to lose the Atlas Path by using a black hole
  • Denying the Atlas Path will no longer show you the Atlas Path
  • Balanced the damage potential of the Scatter Blaster upgrade
  • Players will no longer be directed to the anomaly in systems where it can’t spawn (e.g. when an Atlas Station is present)
  • Prevented portals from being incorrectly left enabled at times they shouldn’t be
  • Removed grass from bases created prior to the Atlas Rises update
  • Completed freighter salvage missions will no longer be incorrectly re-added to the mission log
  • Fixed issue where your base teleporter can be duplicated and incorrectly labelled in teleporter location lists
  • Prevented incorrect distant paths being drawn in the galactic map
  • Fixed an issue where galactic map paths would draw incorrectly
  • Fixed an issue where players could manipulate mission boards to get multiple of the same mission type
  • Fixed an issue where system race was being displayed incorrectly when talking to mission NPCs
  • Fixed an issue that caused general ship handling to overly effect ship boost handling
  • Spoiler warning: Fixed an issue where some players were not rewarded the Remembrance recipe at the conclusion of the story
  • Fixed some rare crashes

To read more on all of the No Man’s Sky patches since Atlas Rises, or to submit any bugs you’re still experiencing after No Man’s Sky Patch 1.35, check out the official blog post and more here.

No Man’s Sky launched on August 9, 2016 on PlayStation 4 and August 12, 2016 on Windows PC. Rocket Chainsaw had two running reviews at launch with Tim absolutely loving what the game had to offer, whilst Andrew wasn’t too sure.


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?


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