Hi, Games have revealed a major update for the game No Man’s Sky. Titled “the Prisms update”, the version 3.5 update comes with additional features and a graphics overhaul. We’re going to watch No Man’s Sky: Prisms Update. With this new update, the space exploration experience has been given an aesthetic makeover and some gameplay tweaks. As for the graphics improvements, the game is getting some new texture effects, biome details, sky reflections, warp effects, improved lighting, rain, and particle effects. This can be considered as the best update added to the game as this update improves the whole experience of the game with the bug fixes and improvements to the overall graphics.
No Man’s Sky, released in 2016, developed by Hello Games and published by Hello Games, Sony Interactive Entertainment and PapaBox, is a survival game spanning the space and the galaxies. Upon release, the game was first released on PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows in August 2016. The game was released on Xbox One in July 2018. As for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and Series S, the game was released in November 2020. With the ability to play this game in Multiplayer mode, players can experience the game with infinite freedom. In it, players can discover the secrets of the universe spread through a 30-hour story.
NO MAN’S SKY: Prism Update
The update has been released for all platforms and is also available for Virtual Reality. While this update fixes many of the issues in the game, Hello Games has confirmed that a new patch will be released to fix any issue reported by the players. The community is looking forward to this update in hopes of getting a better experience in the game.
With the new update, the Exosuit flashlight now has dynamic brightness. In addition, there is the use of colored and focused volumetric lighting. Because of this, it improves the overall atmosphere of the game in the game. This includes searchlights for sentries and spotlights for spacecraft, and the glow of bioluminescent plants. In addition, it has also been updated when the warp effect occurs when using the hyperdrive. Players have also seen improvements to the game in general, this includes a fix that makes the rain look better and better. In addition, the damaged text that appears in the Analysis Visor has also been corrected.
All these improvements help in bringing a better experience to the overall game. The loading screens seem much better than the previous versions. and players will be able to see noticeable differences throughout the game. Players who play the game in Virtual Reality are the ones who can potentially experience huge improvements in the game compared to the standard version. This is because Happy Games has added two major VR fixes. The first was a major issue where the stars disappeared for VR players and the next was with the reflections support issues for VR hardware. Both issues have been resolved with the update.
In the Prisms update released by Hello Games, we made two critical changes to the game’s gameplay elements. The first major change in the game is the addition of rideable monsters. There are low flying critters such as worms, butterflies and even beetles. These can now all be tamed and ridden. The second big change is the rewards for meteorological weather hazards. During dangerous situations, such as lightning strikes, there is now a potential to get valuable goods. This will certainly help the explorers and motivate them to land in dangerous biomes like the poisonous worlds. The players will be able to reap these rewards and become rich.
What’s more, to get excited about the new Prisms update is that NVIDIA’s confirmation regarding DLSS technology support for No Man’s Sky. Yes, after the Prisms update, No Man’s Sky now supports DLSS technology. This is also available in both virtual reality and non-VR gameplay. Please note that the players need an RTX graphics card for their PC to experience this DLSS technology in their game.
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