No Man’s Sky update 3.12 makes some next-gen fixes

The developers at Hello Games have deployed their latest game update for No Man’s Sky on consoles. Available to download now on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S, this 3.12 patch carries out some fixes following the game’s recent next-gen update.

One issues players had been encountering on PS5 was an overly bright display image when playing with HDR enabled. This has now been remedied in No Man’s Sky 3.12. For a longer list of changes, you can review the patch notes further down.

If you’ve been sitting on the fence waiting to play No Man’s Sky or perhaps have a launch copy collecting dust, now’s a great time to jump in. Over the years Hello Games have continued to pipe No Man’s Sky with new content while vastly expanding what you can do within their spacefaring sandbox with several meaty multiplayer expansions.

Those wanting the best No Man’s Sky experience can take advantage of the game’s next-gen upgrades on both PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. You can bring your old save data over from last-gen consoles or start anew, this refined version of the game offering enhanced visuals, better stability, and quality of life features.

No Man’s Sky Update 3.12 Patch Notes

  • Fixed an issue that caused HDR to be overly bright on PS5.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause texture artefacts in the terrain.
  • Fixed a number of issues that could cause base screenshots from being captured correctly on next-gen platforms.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented water droplets from being visible on Xbox Series X/S.
  • Fixed an issue that caused hitching on Xbox Series X/S.
  • Fixed an issue that caused props held by NPCs to appear glitchy on Xbox Series X/S.
  • Fixed a rare issue that prevented some PSN friends from being shown in the list of available games to join.
  • Fixed a memory-related crash on Xbox One.
  • Fixed an HDR-related crash on PS5.

Source: No Man’s Sky

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