No Man’s Sky Introduces Living Ships With Its New Update


No Man’s Sky’s first free update for the year 2020 is here. If you are loving this game and its exotic under-water gameplay, the new update adds up new living ships to the game to make it more exciting.

The new update of the game gives players the ability to discover more within the gameplay. The new update asks you to grow your personal organic spaceship. The ship is live and you have to hatch it with different organs. It gives you a whole new experience of exploring the new gameplay within the existing game.

To improve its traits, you have to nurture the ship and that’s how the new update will work for you. Apart from this, the game will add new multiple campaigns.

Additionally, the gameplay will add special space encounters, new lifeforms and plenty of mysterious objects. The living ship is a new way to explore the deep sea in your own style where you will be acting as a responsible player who takes care of the ship.

There will be multiple living ships in the game with different compatibility. The living ships are completely different from the traditional ship. Each living ship is born with a unique set of organs which have to be nurtured by the player. The set of internal organs and their abilities are different from ship to ship.

You will be given the option to hatch your own vessel. Apart from this, the new Living Ship update of the No Man’s Sky game also introduces new space encounters. The new space encounters will enhance the off-planet experience for the existing players.

Apparently, the new update has brought up entire new gameplay with different abilities and features. Plenty of new updates, new abilities, objects, unique living ships and many more things are added to the original gameplay with this new update.

The game’s update is rolling out from today and you can update it on a respective platform. The No Man’s Sky game is available for all major gaming consoles such as PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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