No Man’s Sky Next Patch 1.57 Notes Are Here, Now Live On PS4 & XB1

Update 1.57 for No Man’s Sky has been released on PC and will be hitting PlayStation 4 and Xbox One shortly. Bug fixes include the lobby on PS4, shaders on PCs, and crashes on Xbox One.

Bug fixes:

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  • Fixed an issue that prevented planets from being added to the Discovery timeline when exiting certain ship models
  • Fixed an issue that prevented players from using the Pulse Engine to escape between waves of Sentinel space fighters
  • Fixed an issue that could cause base NPC workers to become unresponsive after moving / deleting your base
  • Substantially increased the length of time fuel lasts in the hydroponic trays
  • Prevented an occasional crash on Xbox One X in scenes with a high node count
  • Fixed a crash related to creatures
  • Fixed a crash related to terrain generation
  • Fix for an issue with PC shader compilation when the game is first booted which would occasionally result in a crash
  • Various performance improvements
  • Various improvements to load times (approximately 5-10% improvement to warp times, 30% improvement to initial game load)
  • Fixed an issue that incorrectly limited the number of storage containers that could be built on the freighter
  • Fixed an issue that could prevent construction in the freighter base
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the ‘Nearby buildings’ scan on the signal booster to fail
  • Fixed an issue that prevented exploration-focussed frigates from charging their scanners
  • Fixed an issue that prevented damaged frigates from being completely repaired
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the lobby not to display all available games on PS4
  • Marked icons are now automatically cleared on arrival at the marked target
  • Fixed a number of cases where the HUD would prompt to mark icons that did not need marking
  • Improved target locking for ship PvP
  • Improved the appearance of HUD markers on player ships
  • Fixed a number of visual issues around using the Analyser Visor in very specific circumstances
  • Improved the mapping of the Steam Controller
  • Removed an obsolete building product from the blueprint analyser
  • Combat music now triggers when fighting biological horrors
  • Slightly increased the damage dealt by biological horrors
  • Fixed an issue that could cause expedition rewards to artificially increase after save/loading
  • Fixed an issue where the Personal Forcefield could be deployed on 0% charge
  • Fixed an issue where the Mining Beam and other weapon effects displayed the wrong colour in multiplayer
  • Fixed an issue where the screen on the Multi-Tool would display the wrong ammo count for the Blaze Javelin
  • Fixed an issue where the Multi-Tool was invisible in Photo Mode
  • Fixed an issue where the Personal Forcefield would remain in-world forever when cycling Alt Weapon modes
  • Fixed an issue where meleeing while sprinting could cause an animation glitch
  • Improved the appearance of clouds in 4K/1440p modes
  • Visual improvements made to some exotic biomes
  • Visual improvements made to the space station technology merchants
  • Increased the visibility of underground toxic hazards
  • Visual improvements to buried technology modules

UPDATE: The patch is now live on consoles.

Source: NMS

 

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1 Comment

  1. *gasp* biological horrors!! I’ve read about these, sounds like a great inclusion. I’m really enjoying dipping back into NMS, the new Atlas story does a great job of anchoring you to a place and sending you out varying distances, if nothing else it’s a great way to relearn the old and understand the new.

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