Hello Games has released another massive update for No Man’s Sky today, since its major multiplayer NEXT update. The new update called The Abyss, is all about expanding the aquatic elements of planets. The Abyss changes the underwater exploration in a big way, by adding new aquatic plants and animals, sunken wrecks, and a new submarine, the Nautilon.
There will also be additional missions and a new story set in water, called The Dreams of the Deep , which fits into the No Man’s Sky macro narrative, in which you’ll investigate two tales of deep sea tragedy.
Below is the video trailer for the new No Man’s Sky The Abyss update , along with the press release with further details on the new features introduced.
No Man’s Sky The Abyss: introducing update 1.7
Explore the terrors of the deep in The Abyss update. Introducing aquatic environments with over 5 times more variety, varied creature behaviours, improved underwater visuals and much more.
Creatures of the deep
Exploring the sea bed can be lucrative, yielding Crystallised Sulphur, Living Pearls or Hadal Cores, but avoid the territorial creatures that lurk there. From poisonous Jellyfish, to snapping clams and predator fish rumoured to be larger than Starships. And beware the Abyssal Horror, which has lured many explorers to a grim end.
Find and repair rare crashed starships to restore them from the seabed to the skies. Investigate sunken ruins and find ancient treasures.
True aquanauts will want to customise their appearance with the diving helmet, the Lost Bathysphere.
New underwater biomes
Master the depths of planets using a new Exocraft, the Nautilon. This submersible vehicle give new meaning to underwater navigation, combat and mining – and can be summoned to any ocean on the planet, as well as docked at underwater buildings. Upgrade your submersible with installable Submarine Technology and customise the Nautilon to stand out from your fellow explorers.
For the full No Man’s Sky The Abyss patch notes visit here
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No Man’s Sky The Abyss is available today on PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
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