Frontiers update for No Mans Sky appears to have gone to PC ahead of term — with it added settlements to the game. Updated: Frontiers has come out on all platforms. The release trailer has been published.
This is the 17th major expansion of the game, and the author of the project Sean Murray himself added that the team is not going to stop there. The main innovation of the update was the inclusion of settlements — both human and alien.
The player can now build bases and follow their development in an attempt to preserve the population happy and satisfied (their thoughts will be visible to the player). You can do both research and construction of buildings.
It will also have to address the problems of space settlers and protect their home sides from enemies. In addition, the game updated space nebulae, redesigned the base building menu and interface, added additional save slots, improved destruction and environment effects on the ground and in Space.
The bases added hundreds of new external and internal details and expanded building capabilities. You can still save more points of interest now.
By the way, the third season of expeditions will kick off soon. While traveling, you can find alien eggs and get your copagnon monster-copagnon.
If you run No Mans Sky on Steam, users will receive special exchange cards (up to 15 pieces) and other rewards. Also, additional bonuses will be handed to viewers streaming on Twitch.
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