The No Man's Sky Path Finder update brings a lot of gameplay changes and tweaks. Some of the fantastic features this latest update brings are Permadeath Mode, Base-Sharing, Land Vehicles, and a whole lot of visual changes updates for PS4 Pro. Lastly, the new and improved Photo Mode that allow explorers to capture breathtaking scenes in the world of No Man's Sky.
Technically, No Man's Sky had long incorporated Photo Mode since November 2016 when the Foundation Update was first launched. Apparently, the Path Finder update improved the Photo Mode Feature in so many levels. The update now allow players to untether the camera, therefore, moving and looking for that perfect shot is made easy. Also, the No Man's Sky all new Photo Mode adds the ability to change the time of day, cloud layers or fog density, and add a variety of filters. It's like adding a basic photoshopping ability to No Man's Sky. The Photo Mode upgrade to No Man's Sky was developed by Dead End Thrills, the video game "sharpshotter." Since the update has not gone live yet as of the moment; Dead End Thrills gives fans a taste of what to expect for No Man's Sky improved Photo Mode.
— Dead End Thrills (@deadendthrills) March 9, 2017
The Path Finder has brought some fundamental changes to the space exploration game as well. Bases are now ready to be shared online via Steam Workshop allowing visitors to explore and leave messages other gamers outposts. Explorers can now own multiple ships, and personalized starships (Shuttles, Fighters, and Haulers) depending on the performance needed in each specific areas. Also, other improvements include Atmospheric Low-Flight adjustment, NPC Interaction Text appears much faster, Journey Milestone can be skipped, and much more. Visit No Man's Sky Reddit page for the complete Patch Notes details and Update.
Doing a Cheat Enigne table that lets you build just about anywhere in NMS. Landing and vehicle pads work, too. pic.twitter.com/jwwUEtKpJH — Dead End Thrills (@deadendthrills) March 9, 2017
No Man's Sky is already a great game on its own. Even though Developer Hello Games has encountered many controversies in the past, it is nice to hear developments are done slowly but surely. Now, the hype train continues for No Man's Sky, and who knows? Multiplayer might be lurking around the corner. As always, share us your thoughts in the comment section below.