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No Man’s Sky has a new patch and expedition, and you can play them for free

No Man's Sky has a new free update, this time, not only for those who already have the game, but for everyone.

No Man’s Sky has a new patch and expedition, and you can play them for free
Álvaro Arbonés

Álvaro Arbonés

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No Man’s Sky resisted dying when it seemed like it wouldn’t make it and has shown that resilience, with focus and resources, sometimes pays off. Now No Man’s Sky is not only everything they promised us at launch, but also much more. A fantastic game of space exploration and adventures to play both solo and with our friends, which, after eight years of existence, has decided to do something unexpected. Make an effort to welcome new members into its community.

For this, they have introduced a new update called Omega. And the most peculiar thing is that it is available for free for both those who have No Man’s Sky and those who don’t. Available for free from February 15th to February 19th, this update will allow us to play the Omega Expedition. A new expedition built to serve as an introduction to new players, show them everything the game has to offer, and bring together veteran and new players in a shared experience in the biggest adventure ever seen in No Man’s Sky.

In fact, veterans will have a lot to scratch here. In addition to the Omega Expedition, which will last two weeks starting on February 15th, this patch introduces important changes. The most relevant ones are integrating expeditions into the main game, procedurally generated missions, as well as space battles of a much larger scale than was possible until now.

Confirming that No Man’s Sky still has many plans in 2024 beyond the Omega update, it seems like a good time to jump on board. Especially after the studio announced during the past The Games Awards their next game, Light No Fire. Because, if it’s as good as No Man’s Sky, you’ll want to be prepared for day 1.

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Álvaro Arbonés

Álvaro Arbonés

Cultural journalist and writer with a special interest in audiovisuals and everything that can be played. I'm not here to talk about my books, but you can always ask me about them if you're curious.

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