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No Man’s Sky: Fractal now available with new ships, expeditions and more

Hello Games’ exploratory space sim No Man’s Sky has received a host of improvements in today’s Fractal update.

On the new things front, No Man Sky’s Fractal update will usher in a new limited-time Expedition, titled Utopia, shortly after launch. This challenges the Travelers to band together and rebuild an abandoned solar system for the mysterious Utopia Foundation.

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By completing the various milestones of the Expedition, players can unlock a number of rewards, including the Fearsome Visor helmet, a new robotic drone, as well as a new type of ship known as the Utopia Speeder, capable of gliding across the surfaces of planets. at high speed.

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Fractal also brings a number of quality-of-life improvements, including gyro controller support on Switch, Playstation, and Steam Deck. There’s also a new Catalog of Wonders where players’ most impressive discoveries are recorded, plus new accessibility features and new options aimed at giving Travelers more control over how they experience the game.

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Out today for PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, and PC, Fractal is the first No Man’s Sky release of 2023 after an extremely busy 12 months in 2022. Hello Games says its arrival marks the start of an “even bigger year.” planned for 2023 “