‘Hello Games’ universe to receive “Visions” update for No Man’s Sky tomorrow

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The Hello Games universe shall welcome a new addition to it in the form of the “Visions” free update for ‘No Man’s Sky’ tomorrow. The latest update is being called Visions since it is reimagining the Hello Games universe by introducing a number of new things like new environmental biomes, new planet types, more colorful worlds, new fauna and flora, archaeology, salvaging to name a few. The introduction of The Abyss completely revamped underwater in No Man’s Sky, and the game-makers are now working on trying to make the planet surface far more interesting and varied to explore.

So far as its updated features are concerned, Visions is bringing in an improved variety and diversity of planet surfaces, with millions of previously dead planets now bursting into life, thus creating a weirder, more surprising universe to explore. Apart from that, mysterious artifacts can now be scavenged out on alien planets to be collected as mementos and displayed as trophies in the planetary base.

Strange new creatures hitherto undiscovered by any traveler shall now be found among the stars. Predatory fauna has been designed to protect their planets from interlopers, with some of them hiding in plain sight as ordinary minerals. Deadly flora, on the other hand, has now become widely variety, with carnivorous trap plants and bloated gas flora waiting to snare the unwary while rewarding the cautious.

With more varied planets, players now have more things to explore. They can now become archaeologists and search the galaxy for planets containing the fossils of alien life-forms, unearth the long-forgotten remains of fallen satellites and scrap them for salvageable parts, all the while triggering an adrenaline rush by risking drawing the attention of new, challenging, corrupted sentinel drones.

Those who can endure the hazardous storms that blast extreme planets can go on to seek out precious new crystal treasures that only light up in the worst weather.

The universe itself has become more alien, vibrant, and exciting to explore, with new shades of sky, grass, and water enabling more unique worlds and a more diverse set of sci-fi aesthetics. Atmospherics and skies also have a better quality, and rainbows have been added as a part of weather effects.

Finally, a new Community Research mission will now allow explorers to share their progress and work towards a common goal. Players can explore the Visions universe together to unlock the new Eye of the Korvax helmet, new emotes, building parts, and a range of fireworks to celebrate any occasion.

‘Hello Games’ universe to receive “Visions” update for No Man’s Sky tomorrow