No Man’s Sky has released another massive update to the game today. This update, titled “Origins” now brings the game into version 3.0. It’s free right now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, VR, and PC.

If you’re curious about what this new update brings, the official No Man’s Sky website has some more information.

“Update 3.0, Origins, dramatically expands the universe of No Man’s Sky. Explore a stranger, richer and more varied universe, with deeper planetary diversity, dramatic new terrain, a host of new creatures, new weather conditions, colossal buildings, and much more.”

Of course, there is also a launch trailer that showcases some of these new features in action.

 Move over Dune, there’s a new giant sandworm in town.

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Hello Games also made sure to emphasize creating new worlds for players to explore. As if there weren’t enough untouched worlds to explore already.

Here’s some more information on what to expect from the new and old worlds in No Man’s Sky.

“These new worlds have vast, sweeping terrain. Their mountains and vistas are on a colossal new scale, giving shape to more dramatic, awe-inspiring scenery than ever before. Whilst flora, fauna, and atmospheric conditions have changed throughout the universe, existing worlds will retain their old character, allowing player bases to remain undisturbed.”

It sounds like Hello Games doubled down on creating new worlds for players to experience without disrupting the hard work they have put into making the old world their own.

The Origins update also brings a new UI refresh with new colors and styles.

Between the new planets, alien flora and fauna, UI changes, and new biomes, it’s clear this is the biggest update to No Man’s Sky to date.

The game had come a very long way from its initial release back in 2016. As mentioned earlier this update is free for all players and available right now! 

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