No Man’s Sky Fractal Update Announced

Update 4.1 for Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky, dubbed Fractal, will feature a number of quality of life and accessibility improvements and other tweaks.

New to the Wonders section of the Catalog are the largest herbivorous creature, the most ancient tree, and the planet most approaching paradise. Those that complete the full programme of Utopia Foundation assignments can get themselves the exclusive Utopia Speeder starship.

Color grading for high dynamic range (HDR) displays has been completely reworked as part of this update. The title now supports the PlayStation VR 2 headset, complete with support for resolutions up to 4K and Sense controllers.

Learn more with the trailer below:

No Man’s Sky Fractal Update Trailer

Source: No Man’s Sky blog, YouTube
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