More than six years after its original release, No Man’s Sky is finally on Switch today with the new Waypoint Update, which brings the game up to a new 4.0 version. The update is live on PlayStation and Xbox consoles, Switch and PC as of today.
What to expect, Waypoint has been described as a major overhaul for No Man’s Sky, geared toward making the game more easily tailored to players, regardless of what they’re trying to get out of it. If you want something more casual and casual, you can do that. If you want a more challenging experience, Waypoint Update lets you do that too.
“Access No Man’s Sky’s universe from anywhere in Update 4.0 Waypoint, launch for the first time on Nintendo Switch, and overhaul fundamentals of gameplay, including game modes, inventory size and usability, milestones, travel cataloging and more. Do it.” No Man’s Sky Waypoint Blog Post reads. “Take every aspect of the game to suit your unique playstyle with custom game modes. Quickly launch into the action with the current difficulty presets, or complete your experience with everything from challenge to economy to survival difficulty.” Tinker with everything.”
Along with today’s Switch release and waypoint update, Hello Games has released a new trailer detailing what to expect in version 4.0 of the game:
As you can see, Waypoint is bringing a lot of changes to No Man’s Sky. Along with game mode customization, there are also new seamless auto-saves, the launch of trade rockets, a new inventory overhaul with streamlined item management, unique Switch rewards, and more. be sure to read the full waypoint blog post for all the details.
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