No Man’s Sky Patch 4.15 is out now on all platforms which finally fixes more bugs that came together with the Fractal Update. The latest update is the fourth major update for the game which includes the full support for the recently released PS VR2. It came with various quality-of-life and accessibility improvements. It also adds new content like a starship, Utopia Expedition, and more.
Hello Games has noted that this new update is currently live on Steam but it will be coming to other platforms at a later time.
Check out the full patch notes below, which is quite short this time around:
Fixed an issue that caused some flat-mode settings to be incorrectly applied to PSVR2, causing performance issues.
Fixed an issue that could prevent rumble from working correctly on PlayStation 5.
Fixed an issue that caused water reflections to be missing on some graphics settings.
Fixed an issue that could cause blurriness and other visual glitches during warp.
Fixed a rare issue that could prevent players from accessing their refiners.
Fixed an issue that prevented the “Unhide System” button from working in the Hidden Systems list.
Fixed a rare issue that could incorrectly allow players to access the Space Anomaly from the quick menu after a reload.
Fixed a number of base building control issues for PSVR with Move controllers.
Fixed an issue that could cause the Space Anomaly missions to become stuck in the log after completing an expedition.
Fixed a crash related to networking.
Fixed a crash related to the options menu.
Fixed a crash related to rendering.
Fixed a Steam Deck-specific crash.
No Man’s Sky is now available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch.