There's a free update coming to No Man's Sky November 22, 2018, on Xbox One. As noted in a post on Xbox Wire, the Visions update will bring No Man's Sky a slew of new planetary content, similar to what the Abyss update did for No Man's Sky's underwater environment. Here's a look at all that's new in No Man's Sky: Visions.
Other bonuses in this update are the ability for archaeologists to unearth valuable alien relics, as well as give scrappers the ability to salvage broken alien satellites. The update also unleashes new dangerous floras, including carnivorous plants and giant gas spores. You will have to be well-equipped to venture to more dangerous planets with extreme weather to collect valuable storm crystals.
"Explorers will be able discover this universe together in a new Community Research mission, where everyone will work together to unlock a new set of rewards. These include the new Eye of the Korvax helmet, more gestures and building parts, and deployable fireworks to light up the skies!
Those who prefer to fly solo will find plenty of other reasons to explore. Throughout the universe, exotic anomalous planets have become easier to find as well as more varied. These strange worlds are inhabited by curious new lifeforms – some harmless, others predatory, all never seen before. Navigate your way around these otherworldly places to discover rare and mysterious artifacts, ready to be brought home to your base as trophies."
The new Visions update is coming to Xbox One on Thanksgiving. The Visions update marks yet another free content update to No Man’s Sky on Xbox One. No Man's Sky has fixed many of the issues the game had at launch, with the release of new content updates; Next, The Abyss, and now, Visions. No Man's Sky is becoming the game it was always meant to be.
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