Hello Games has revealed that No Man’s Sky Beyond is getting a new update on November 28. It’s called the Synthesis Update, and it brings a great number of features and improvements to the game.
The news has been shared by No Man’s Sky’s Sean Murray on Twitter.
There is also a lengthy post on the official website with all the details of this update.
“The Synthesis Update introduces a number of frequently-requested features and improvements to No Man’s Sky Beyond. Alongside these new features are a large number of community-led quality of life improvements, as well as general polish,” reads the beginning of the post.
With this update, players will be able to add inventory slots to their starships or upgrade their class by spending nanites. Then, the terrain manipulator has been improved, it has new visual effects and new Restore and Flatten Modes. VR and non-VR experiences have feature parity now so that VR players will be able to ride creatures and use the Photo Mode, while non-VR players will be able to use first-person cameras for the Exocraft. A new technology, the Personal Refiner, is added. Also, players will be able to salvage unwanted ships for scrap. In addition, a large number of issues reported by the players have been addressed.
These are just few of the many features and improvements that are coming with this update, and if you want to find out all the details, go to their official post linked above.