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No Man’s Sky confirms new patch on the way to fix this bug

Here comes interesting news for users of No Man’s Sky. The game has confirmed today that a new update is on the way.

No Man’s Sky en Switch

Specifically, after the recent release of its update Singularity already available, it has now been confirmed that the title has another patch on the way. Is about version 4.30.1which includes the following:

  • Fixed an issue that could cause players to crash in large multiplayer sessions.

For now it does not have a specific date, so we will be attentive to more details.

You already know that the game was launched last October 7 2022 in physical and digital format. What do you think? If you’re interested, you can take a look at our full coverage of No Man’s Sky at this link.

Fuente.

  • Nintendo

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