No Man's Sky is a bit of a divisive game, which is perfectly fair, but it's hard not to be impressed by the amount of work that the developers, Hello Games, are putting into it at no additional charge.
No Man's Sky: Visions is the next major update for the infamous galaxy exploration title, and just like the previous few content updates, it's got some really exciting stuff going for it! This includes odd, almost lovecraftian flora and fauna, too.
The Visions Update doesn't add many new features to the game per se, but instead focuses on providing more depth to the stuff that's already in! For example, players can expect a significantly more diverse universe to enjoy in their travels, with more sky, fluid, and flora/fauna variations than ever before.
Players who visit the new anomalous planets will have to come prepared, because evolved there are highly-aggressive and dangerous life forms who might just give chase! However, on your travels, you might be rewarded with odd, otherworldly trophies to add to your base.
Visions introduces archaeology to No Man's Sky, enticing players to scour the galaxy for ancient bones of alien lifeforms, with complete, intact skeletons a particularly valuable reward. Beware of the corrupted sentinels, however.
No Man's Sky's Visions update will also add new, collaborative Community Research missions, which will allow explorers worldwide to join in and share progress to work on a common goal. If you want to go at it alone, though, crashed freighters might be something to pursue...
The Visions update is set to come out today, so we won't have to wait long to enjoy all of these curious additions! No Man's Sky is now available on Steam at a 50% off, so if you've not yet had the chance to enjoy what this rather fascinating game offers, perhaps now is the time.