No Man’s Sky’s next big update launches today and features a wide array of new starships, corrupted planets, enemy types, and more.

No Man’s Sky may have released on PSVR 2 last month, but Hello Games is already rolling out a new update today, April 5. This update is dubbed “Interceptor,” and arguably its main feature is the Interceptor ship class, which Hello Games calls “our most varied ship yet.”

These new ships use Sentinel technology and feature Anti-Gravity Well and Crimson Core functionality. There are even new Sentinel Multi-Tools and large winged Sentinel Jetpacks to drop into the Interceptor update for No Man’s Sky, the latter should be pretty wild to use.

Interceptors can be found on strange new worlds that have been overrun with corruption, with strange crystals protruding from the ground. These planets are shrouded in an eerie purple mist, and it’s up to you to navigate the mystery around them and save whatever you can.

Fittingly, corrupt drones make their No Man’s Sky debut in the new update, armed to the teeth with flamethrowers. You’ll also have to face menacing new spider-like creatures, as well as their small (but no less menacing) crab-like children.

There is also a list of improvements for No Man’s Sky in the Interceptor update, especially for the PSVR 2 remake. The Interceptor update is available later today on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/ S, Xbox One and finally on Nintendo Switch systems for all to enjoy.

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