No Man’s Sky update 3.75 is out, read the patch notes here

No Man's Sky 3.75
No Man's Sky 3.75

The patches are flying out of the door of Hello Games with the latest being Expeditions Revisited 3.75 (version 3.075 on PlayStation). It’s not a big patch but does squish a few pesky bugs. Here’s the notes from Hello Games.

Hello everyone,

Thank you to everyone playing the Expeditions Revisited Update, especially those taking the time to report any issues they encounter via Zendesk or console crash reporting.

We are listening closely to your feedback, and have identified and resolved a number of issues. These fixes are included in patch 3.75, which will be live on all platforms soon.

Bug fixes

  • Fixed an issue where players could get stuck when exiting a ship in an abandoned space station.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented VR Teleport Move mode from working correctly in some situations.
  • Fixed a number of crashes related to base and settlement rendering.
  • Fixed a crash related to base building and settlement layouts.
  • Fixed a crash related to creature navigation.

We will continue to release patches as issues are identified and resolved. If you experience any issues, let us know by submitting a bug report.

Thank you,
Hello Games

No Man's Sky 3.75

No Man’s Sky 3.75


Speaking of expeditions, developer Hello Games announced that it will be bringing these special adventures back into circulation.

One of the biggest updates this year added expeditions, creating tailored journeys for players to explore. However, the timed nature of these expeditions means that some fans naturally miss out, whether they’re caught up in another game or simply too busy. Hello Games has devised a schedule, detailing when past expeditions will be available to play again once more. This includes an expedition in which No Man’s Sky players can unlock the Normandy SR1 spaceship – the same ship helmed by Commander Shepard in the Mass Effect series.

Looking to the year ahead, Hello games teases that there’s even more content and updates in store for 2022, saying saying there are “no signs of us slowing”.


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