No Man’s Sky hasn’t been around for a month but it already suffered a massive fan fallout. A lot of players just ditched the game because it had a lot of issues.
Just in the first week of the game, a lot of players on the PC and the Playstation 4 versions of the game suffer from stuttering issues to unplayable framerates.
Recently, however, the company has released three patches that will hopefully fix the majority of the problems that players faced, and it did.
The problem is, some annoying bugs are still present in the game and the only way for them to truly fix it is by releasing another patch.
That is what Hello Games is currently working on. They are working their butts off to deliver a new patch that is going to be called Patch 1.06.
Although the patch is still in beta stages, players are now able to try it via the beta channel of the game.
A lot of players are asking what the new beta patch entails and one Redditor that goes with by the name “stevoli” divulged his findings.
According to stevoli, he instantly noticed that the game now suffers from fewer frame rate drops compared before. He even said that the game now clocks at a steady 60FPS with some minor dips in some areas.
He also went on to say that Hello Games has finally fixed the Max Inventory Exploit by changing the Gek Transmission Tower to the Korvak Transmission Tower interfaces.
Aside from the previously mentioned fixes, the new patch 1.06 also brings with it better scanning capabilities.
Scanning is very fast now and that zooming in to scan some creatures now registers at a much faster rate compared before.
And lastly, during his testing for hours (actual number of hours were not disclosed), he said that the game never crashed, although, he did admit that there were still instances where the game’s framerates dropped but not to a major extent as compared before.
With these amazing changes, it will be great if Hello Games is going to release this for the general public.
A lot of people do not want to download Beta patches for fear that it might bring more harm than good.
Luckily, the new patch is currently looking great and hopefully, these fixes will be implemented on the live servers as soon as possible.
Now, patch 1.06 has been tested only on the Playstation 4 port of the game and that the PC players might have a different experience.
But, I am pretty sure that Hello Games will not ditch PC players of the game since the majority of the people who are playing it are on the said platform.
No Man’s Sky has suffered a massive decline in their player base and it is only fitting that they do everything in their power to lure people back into the game.
No Man’s Sky is available on the PC and on the Playstation 4 game console.