No Man’s Sky Beyond is a bit damaged, however patching has already begun

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I hoped to strive No Man’s Sky in VR, however my present holodeck isn’t fairly prepared. My whole home is crammed in there whereas we proceed to unpack after a latest transfer, although it seems this can be a good factor as a result of studying up on folks’s PC experiences has made it clear I ought to wait every week or two earlier than I climb into the area survival ’em ups cockpit. The Beyond replace which provides VR and extra launched yesterday with a pile of bugs, and the patches have already began to roll out.

It’s par for the course for No Man’s Sky, actually. I belief issues will come good, however for now, there’s an excessive amount of that may go flawed. I’m not risking my abdomen contents on 40-50 fps efficiency in VR, nor my ship in the course of the prolonged lock-ups.

The first patch is being examined out on the Experimental Branch on Steam, and was posted in the midst of the evening, which makes me a bit unhappy for the builders. It offers with this checklist:

  • Fix for crashes occurring in Nexus.
  • Fixed a rendering associated crash.
  • Fixed an out of reminiscence crash.
  • Fixed a difficulty that would trigger a crash when manipulating stock in shut proximity to a excessive variety of gamers.
  • Fixed a crash affecting VR with supersampling enabled.
  • Fixed a state of affairs the place community connectivity points may stop gamers from talking to NPCs aboard the Space Anomaly.
  • Fixed a difficulty the place storage containers couldn’t be accessed.
  • Fixed a crash affecting unsupported VR {hardware}.

As you’ll be able to see, they’re coping with exhausting crashes first, since you don’t wish to crash in area with out having Tom Hanks there to hug the life again into you. I’m glad to see some VR fixes are already rolling out, as a result of I’m completely nonetheless going to play it in VR.

If you’re braver than I’m and wish to play the game on the experimental department, right here’s how:

“To play in Experimental, right-click on No Man’s Sky from the Steam library page and select ‘Properties’. Among the available tabs will be the ‘BETAS’ tab. Enter ‘3xperimenta’ in the textbox and press “CHECK CODE”, then choose it from the dropdown menu.” God pace.

For extra particulars on all the pieces yesterday’s replace added, try the whole No Man’s Sky Beyond patch notes.