A new "No Man's Sky" update was promised by Hello Games that would be launch in 2017 that will make the game even better. However, recent reports have surface that the latest upcoming update have been leaked earlier than planned.
Just days after the initial release of the Foundation update for "No Man's Sky", fans and players discovered campaign to release ground vehicles in a future patch, according to Express.
According to the rumors, a Reddit user under the name "eegandj" discovered a reference to a buggy placed in the game's files, but initially failed to find an actual model. After more exploration, the alleged fan then discovered nods to tire textures that led to speculations and guesses how the buggy might look like "No Man's Sky".
More on to that, it seems that more evidence has been discovered that would reveal more details on how new land vehicles will be accessible. An ATV model vehicle will be included in the "No Man's Sky" upcoming patch along with an array of upgrades and weapons.
In addition, mounted guns and vertical boosters will be also included in the package, however fans should be worthy to unlock the gear. How? Level upgrades can be enabled by some farming, building a terminal and hiring a mechanic, and a series of missions to complete in order to acquire necessary materials, as reported by PowerUp Gaming.
These new land vehicles can be fully upgradable via existing in-game components. Upgrades also were reported to include some amazing features such as Jetpacks, better top-speed, storage and weapons system. But do not rejoice yet as Hello Games is yet to confirm these new reported upcoming vehicles in "No Man's Sky".
Meanwhile, some are confident that these rumours are indeed true for "No Man's Sky" since Hello Games even introduces some of the features that were hinted at in pre-release promotional videos that also included formation flying.
"We're calling it The Foundation Update, because we have added the foundations of base building, and also because this is putting in place a foundation for things to come," reads a Hello Games blog post. "In the nine weeks since then our small team has been hard at work on development, testing and certification for the Foundation Update. It won't be our biggest update, but it is the start of something."
Apparently, "No Man's Sky" PC reviews have greatly improved after the release of their Foundation update. This is a very great progress as the game received overwhelmingly negative reviews on its initial release. From 774 players in October, average number of users playing "No Man's Sky" in the last 30 days has increased to 2,283.
If great updates will continue to be release, and Hello Games stays true to its promise, then let us hope for more progress of "No Man's Sky" in PS4 and PC.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.