No Man's Sky Next Major Update Could Drop Next Month - Update Details?

Feb 13, 2017 05:40 PM EST | Jayde Marvynne Zamora

Hello Games have been quite in the past few months regarding the allegation of the next major update for No Man's Sky. Reports claim that the next major update might come next month based on the transitioning happened with the Foundation Update released last November. It is evident to everyone that a need for new contents is necessary to bring back the excitement of the space exploration game.

According to Daily Star, the next update for No Man's Sky is just around the corner. During the time when the Foundation Update was released, Hello Games took a total of 4 months before releasing the new contents. Based on that transition, there is a possibility that next major update might come this March says the source.

About the new contents, Data Miners hinted details and therefore confirming the next No Man's Sky major update. The evidence shown by the Data Miners revealed a vast number of land vehicles that varies depending on functionality.

"According to various data files, the vehicles will have vertical boosters, a jet engine, and mounted guns; all of which will be upgradable using existing in-game technologies. To receive an ATV, it seems, players must build a specialist vehicle terminal and hire a mechanic, before completing some missions to source the components required to construct a buggy," says Power Up Gaming.

The alleged types of land vehicles are as follows; ATV Jetpack Alpha, Beta, and Gamma, ATV Tune-up Alpha, Beta, and Gamma, ATV Storage, and lastly, ATV Photon Cannon Alpha, Beta, and Gamma. Some believe that the next No Man's Sky update will be revealed by Sean Murray himself through an unlikely event this March. To recall, Sean Murray was invited to be part of the panel for the 2017 Game Developers Conference.

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