No Man’s Sky Update 3.34 Fixes Network Issues and More; Now Live on All Platforms

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No Man’s Sky recently received the massive Expeditions Update. The update brought tons of new things to the game, however, it also brought some annoying bugs.

So, the developer of the game, Hello Games, released a small patch that addresses these issues. The Update 3.34 is now live on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Make sure to download it before playing the game again.

The update fixes several networking issues, including the annoying bug where Expedition data will be re-downloaded. The low frame rate and crashing issues that were caused by network duplication of NPCs are also addressed. Previous bug fixes that were only available on PC have been brought to consoles as well. You can read about them in great detail below.

Patch Notes

  • Fixed an issue that caused portable refiners and other placed objects to vanish in high network activity areas.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause some interactions to become unresponsive in high-network traffic situations.
  • Improved the audio effect when a mission patch is displayed on screen.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause weapon labels to scroll unnecessarily on the HUD.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the mode select text to appear to have a fuzzy outline when selected.
  • Fixed a number of icon issues affecting missions supplied by NPCs found in planetary buildings.
  • Fixed an issue that caused the Inventory Full warning on the Expedition Page to appear in ALL CAPS.

The complete patch notes are available on the official website.

The developer fixing bugs is always nice but it won’t be possible without actual players reporting such issues. If you encounter any other bug, then feel free to report it over here.

So what do you think? Have you been playing No Man’s Sky Expeditions Update recently? Did you encounter any of these bugs before? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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