No Man’s Sky now available on Switch along with Waypoint, its big update 4.0

No Man’s Sky now available on Switch along with Waypoint, its big update 4.0

The new major update for No Man’s Sky is now available on all platforms. It includes new game modes, graphic and interface improvements. The Switch version has also been released.

No Man’s Sky, the vast space exploration game from Hello Games, has landed today on Nintendo Switch with a version adapted to the characteristics of the hybrid. In addition, the developer has taken the opportunity to launch today the great Waypoint update, which takes the game to version 4.0, introducing new features, among which new game modes stand out, such as the relaxed mode.

Regarding the Nintendo Switch version, the developer has published a new launch trailer that reviews its features; These include touch control for menu and inventory. It has also been announced that those who connect to the game’s servers on Switch today will receive two very special gifts: the Horizon Vector NX ship and the Infinite Neon Mark XXII multi-tool, which feature a design inspired by the colors of the hybrid.

What’s new in No Man’s Sky Waypoint, update 4.0

On the other hand, and as usual, Hello Games has shared the patch notes on its official blog and there are many new features for all platforms: the relaxed mode stands out, which is presented as a more affordable option to face the plot of No Man’s Sky, with less danger and grinding, and the new customizable mode, which allows us to fine-tune the experience or choose from one of the preset models that are available. Below you can see the Waypoint trailer, which summarizes all the news one by one.

There are many other new features in this new update: improved interface, graphic and gameplay tweaks, bug fixes. New mechanics have also been implemented that allow you to sell items from the surface of the planet or face survival challenges. There is a new narrative log system and a faction milestone system. In addition, the special effects of anomalies and encounters with the Atlas have been improved, giving it a more dramatic touch.

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