Update 3.34 has arrived for No Man’s Sky. Here is the full list of changes and fixes added in this patch. No Man’s Sky recently had its major expedition update, which was released less than a week ago. After this launch, we only recently received an update, and now another has arrived with further fixes related to the previous updates. In addition, there are some fixes that are being carried over to consoles that were previously only available on PC. Everything is new here with No Man’s Sky Update 3.34.
No Man’s Sky Update 3.34 patch notes
- Fixed an issue where expedition data was unnecessarily re-downloaded from the server.
- Fixed an issue that could lead to repeated network duplications of NPCs, resulting in a reduced frame rate (especially on space stations) and occasional crashes.
This patch also brings all of the previous fixes to consoles:
- Fixed an issue that caused portable refineries and other placed objects to disappear in areas of high network activity.
- Fixed an issue that caused some interactions to become unresponsive in high traffic situations.
- The audio effect has been improved when a mission patch is displayed on the screen.
- Fixed an issue where weapon labels could be scrolled unnecessarily in the HUD.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the mode selector text to be blurred when selected.
- Fixed a number of icon issues affecting missions from NPCs in planet buildings.
- Fixed an issue where the “Inventory Full” warning was displayed on the expedition page in ALL CAPS.
As you can see above, this latest update is nowhere near as big as the Expedition Update itself. However, it has more to offer than the last update that came out. All that has to do with this patch are fixes, including an enhancement to one of the game’s audio effects. In any case, most of these fixes should be under the hood, where the majority of people will not notice them. For those who have had some issues, hopefully this will prevent some of the game crashes.
Nobody’s heaven is available for PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. For more information on this patch, see official No Man’s Sky website.
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