No Man’s Sky, one of the most highly anticipated games of the year, was finally released last month, more than two and a half years after it was first revealed. At launch, the game met with mixed reviews, as many fans were disappointed by its lack of content and its overall bugginess. Hello Games, the creators of No Man’s Sky, have begun to address these concerns, and they plan to periodically release free updates for the game that fix some of its biggest issues. Earlier today, Hello games launched a new patch for the game, Patch 1.0.9, which fixes dozens of major bugs that have been found in the game. This patch rectifies the issues that players have been having with corrupted save files, low frame rates, and much more.
Patch 1.0.9 is available now for both PC and PlayStation 4. As stated above, the patch fixes dozens of major bugs, and it will alleviate most of the issues that came up after the game launched. However, despite the high demand from the fans, it does not contain any new content for
No Man’s Sky. Updates with added content will likely come later.
The full list of tweaks and bug fixes in Patch 1.0.9 can be found
here. The biggest fixes are related to the game’s frame rate, its save system, and its speedy generation of new galaxies.
What do you guys think? Would you like to see more updates from Hello Games, perhaps with some additional content? Have you had any issues with the bugs that this patch fixes, like the frame rate and the corrupted save files? Let us know in the comments below!