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No Man’s Sky Getting Companions Update


As part of update 3.2, Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky will see a galaxy of new companions.

The different creatures that roam the universe can now be tamed and adopted as companions. Once bonded, they can be summoned wherever one would like, even aboard the Space Anomaly.

Baby creatures in the title will inherit both the traits and the looks from their parents, but will never be exactly the same. Along the way, they will need care as they mature. By playing with them, feeding them, and giving them attention, players will be able to earn the trust of their companions. Each individual personality is one-of-a-kind, meaning that no two are the same.

These creatures will also bring with them a number of benefits, including scanning for resources, marking hazards, providing torchlight, hunting hostile creatures, and locating buildings. Each creature harness has a neural link with the Exosuit, which will enable for rudimentary translation of their thoughts.

Learn more with the trailer below:

No Man’s Sky Companions Trailer

No Man’s Sky is now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Source: YouTube
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