Hello Games has announced that its procedurally generated space exploration game, No Man’s Sky, will receive a new update to support upcoming space exploration technology. Playstation VR2which will be available for free to all players on February 22, 2023, the same day PS VR2 launches.
No Man’s Sky has received a lot of praise over the past few years thanks to the team’s dedication to releasing free content updates, and it looks like they’re not going to stop doing that anytime soon.
Own No Man’s Sky has featured an optional VR mode for a few years now, allowing a portion of lucky players to experience the game’s infinite procedurally generated universe from an even more immersive perspective since the Beyond update was released in 2019.
The recent announcement by PlayStation of its ambitious hardware PSVR2 promises to elevate gamers’ VR experience by implementing haptic feedback, adaptive control triggers, eye-tracking technology, and much more.
Hello Games seems confident that No Man’s Sky will be able to make the most of this new technology. The release of a new trailer for an update of Playstation VR2 for the game earlier in the year confirmed the developers’ intentions to support the new technology, though questions were raised due to a typo on the PlayStation Store page.
The free update was advertised for release “February 2022”, which is obviously no longer possible unless PlayStation VR2 includes time travel technology. After Hello Games was asked about this release date, it was confirmed to be a bug, and the developers clarified that the update will be released on February 22, 2023.
It is currently unknown if this new feature will be part of a larger content update for the game, but many fans are speculating that No Man’s Sky will receive another batch of new features in the first few months of 2023, given the developers’ track record. to deliver new content every few months.