Update 3.37 has arrived for Nobody’s heavenand here is the full list of changes and fixes added in this patch.
The Expedition Update was released for No Man’s Sky a few weeks ago and it added a ton of new content to the video game in 2016. However, some bugs and problems persisted with the new update.
Hello Games has now listened to your feedback and made changes and corrections with Patch 3.37. By downloading this update, you should have a better and smoother gaming experience. This update was released today and should now be available for all platforms.
If you’d like to read the full patch notes, see them below.
No Man’s Sky Update 3.37 patch notes
- Fixed an issue that could cause too many dilapidated freighters to show up on busy systems, causing crashes and / or poor performance.
- Fixed an issue that could result in players being teleported to an incorrect dilapidated freighter when multiple freighters were on the same system.
- Several requests sent to the discovery servers have been optimized to reduce the server load.
- Fixed a progression blocker that could occur when the transmitter was charging to talk to Artemis.
- Expedition memory games that were previously ended prematurely have now been restored and can continue the expedition.
- Fixed an issue where a small subset of the Explorer-class starships were a different color than they were prior to the Expedition Update.
- Fixed a crash related to terrain textures.
- Fixed a crash related to rendering textures.
- Fixed a crash when rendering mission tips.
- Fixed a crash related to NPC animations.
- Fixed a crash related to creature navigation.
- Fixed a PS4 / Xbox One crash.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when warping or browsing the galaxy map.
- Fixed a crash that could occur if the creature you are interacting with dies while interacting.
- Fixed a crash on PS4 Pro and PS4 when a PS5-specific crash occurred.
- Fixed a crash related to the profanity filter.
- Fixed an issue where players would not be instantly awarded the Golden First Spawn Helmet, Streamlined Jetpack, or Expedition Flag when claiming rewards from the Expedition Page.
- Fixed an issue that prevented the Horrific Flesh Helmet and other special junk items from being successfully purchased.
- Fixed an issue that prevented players from correctly receiving the lost Bathysphere as a reward for completing Dreams of the Deep.
- Fixed an issue that prevented delivery missions from registering delivery as complete.
- Fixed a number of issues with Nexus Deployment Missions.
- Fixed a number of issues that could cause Nexus Missions to place players on the wrong system.
- Fixed an issue where rewards and / or reputation damage would be credited to all players in the system if another player attacked an NPC or a pirate ship.
- Players can now recolor their base markers by recoloring the base computer themselves, similar to Save Beacons.
- Save Beacon markers are now hidden when placed in a base.
- In protected systems, players outside of your party will not see Save Beacon markers.
- Fixed an issue that caused too many Save Beacon / Player Base markers to appear on busy systems.
- Communication stations have a smaller radius for displaying messages in protected locations.
- A number of protections have been improved to prevent players from building on protected areas.
- Fixed a number of issues that could result in flickering markers when flying in a busy system.
- The pulse machine lock-on strength has been decreased for some multiplayer-related markers.
- Fixed a number of issues that could prevent players from placing refineries and similar objects near protected seasonal locations.
- Fixed an issue that could cause reported bases to reappear.
- The spaceship scanner’s cooldown has been reduced when scanning planets from space.
- Rendezvous points are now marked as such when they are displayed in the teleport lists of the space station and the space anomaly.
- Fixed an issue where the Cluster Horde and Moneybags milestones were tracking your current highest currency rather than the total currency earned.
- Fixed an issue where the portable refiner and nutrient processors were using the wrong in-world symbol.
- Fixed an issue that caused a debug string to appear in the milestone mission tips for the black hole.
- Fixed an issue that caused the catalog to be clipped when viewed on certain platforms or at certain resolutions.
- Fixed a number of issues that could allow players to pin inappropriate recipes in the catalog.
- Fixed an issue that could result in text being cut off in the target sweep UI.
- Fixed an exploit that would allow players to attack other players with Exocraft weapons while being immune to PvP damage themselves.
- Fixed an issue that caused the Summoning Ship interaction point to overlap on some planetary archives.
- Fixed an issue that caused the alien pods to become too light on derelict freighters.
- Fixed an animation bug that could occur when boosting melee combat.
- Fixed an issue that prevented players from buying a second Void Egg.
- Fixed an issue that obscured information that was important to modders.
- Fixed an issue that caused jetpack lanes to display incorrectly for items that were not unlocked.
- Fixed an issue where the Mission Control Milestone featured invalid technology.
- Fixed an issue that prevented players from re-selecting the custom jetpack trails their traveler started an expedition on.
- Fixed an issue that prevented players with large fleets from unlocking the fleet-related titles before titles were launched.
- Fixed an issue that could prevent all foreign languages from being translated in some interactions.
- Fixed an issue where some freestanding titles could no longer be unlocked.
- Fixed an issue that could prevent the Atlas Trail title from being unlocked.
- Fixed an issue where the Nada and Polo story title could no longer be unlocked.
No Man’s Sky is now available for the PC, PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4 and Xbox One platforms. You can visit them official website Now for more information on this new update.
– This article was updated on: April 16, 2021
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