Hello Games, the developer behind No Man’s Sky, has released its latest free update, Interceptor, which adds new features and improvements to the game. Players can now enjoy a new experience with the spread of corruption through the universe, infecting planets and twisting sentinel machines into new forms. The new update brings new threats, including lethal spider-like and crab-like machines, as well as corrupted drones armed with stealth tech, flamethrowers, and explosives. This is the game’s most lethal antagonists yet, providing a challenging bout of space combat to players who explore the corrupted planets.

The Interceptor update also introduces new starships with advanced anti-gravity technology and a new Aeron Turbojet with wings and purple-themed boosters for players to fly around the galaxy. The update also features new customizable wrist-mounted interfaces for players exploring the cosmos in VR.

Players can also enjoy improved visuals and new features for virtual reality that include wrist interface controls, allowing them to adjust where on their wrist the various multi-tool options and inventory access will spawn. The game’s Xbox-focused improvements have enabled a smoother and more consistent frame rate for visually complex scenes while playing on the console.

No Man’s Sky has come a long way since its release in 2016, thanks to regular updates that have expanded the game beyond its initial premise of “fly around and see cool shit.” Hello Games has now taken the game to another level with the Interceptor update. It’s a must-play experience that shows how a game can grow over time, providing excitement and thrilling experiences to players who love deep space simulation games.

The Interceptor update is available for download today on PC, PS4 and PS5, Xbox One and Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and virtual reality. The game’s fan base can now enjoy an even more immersive and thrilling experience with the latest free update.

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