No Man's Sky Beyond is another leap forward, but doesn't fix the grind, monotony, or dull combat.
Like everything to do with No Man's Sky, the VR and multiplayer additions aren't without their problems, but this is still a clear step forward for the constantly evolving sci-fi epic.
With the newest update, No Man's Sky surpasses even its own far-reaching ambitions.
No Man’s Sky Beyond scrapes away the grind, finds the fu
As a Star Wars generation kid, the VR experience of this almost made me tearful: it's beguiling and transporting
For us long-time players, Beyond is just the latest in a long series of improvements – but boy is it a big one. And like all the previous updates, it’s completely free.
No Man's Sky Beyond really has brought everything promised to players, and then some. While the initial launch was full of bugs, Hello Games has hardly left their offices, as they have released nearly ten patches post-update. One update in particular, 2.05, smoothed a lot of stability issues out, and Hello Games has been fixing things at a freakishly fast pace. This cannot be stressed enough: No Man's Sky Beyond is a killer VR app on any platform, but it is a showcase-worthy example on the PSVR. Dust off those Move controllers and head back into the Euclid galaxy–you'll be instantly glad you did.
Ignoring the huge hassle of powering your base and how difficult it is to use the industrial hotspots, I still enjoyed all of the changes in No Man's Sky Beyond.