No Man’s Sky is the ultimate rags-to-riches story in gaming. From launching as a broken shell of a game with a non-existent developer, No Man’s Sky has gone on to become a heavily and often-updated, space-faring epic adventure for the ages. However, almost seven years after the game’s launch, the developer is still proving that there’s plenty of life left in the No Man’s Sky ecosystem.
Today, on the 22nd of February, the latest sizeable update dropped for No Man’s Sky. From today, ‘Fractal’ can be installed across all platforms, adding a stack of new content, quality-of-life enhancements, and most importantly, support for PSVR2.
The Gift That Keeps on Giving
No Man’s Sky refuses to quit, and since the ill-fated launch of the infinitely expansive game took place, the developers have constantly plugged the title full of updates that always seem well-thought-out and dramatically worthwhile – and free, of course.
With Fractal, the latest update for No Man’s Sky, developer Hello Games has made a massive number of quality-of-life improvements, and accessibility enhancements, and has injected a whole host of fresh content into the game.
From new things to explore to an all-new starship, and from content exclusive to the Nintendo Switch to new cosmetics, there’s plenty to discover in the Fractal update. Most importantly, and just in time for the launch of the Sony device, No Man’s Sky has been updated to feature PSVR2 support.
This means that players can use the next-generation VR device to explore an infinite universe while deeply and utterly immersed. That’s if they’re not already too busy working their way through the massive line-up of titles available at launch – which just so happens to be today!