A brand new update for No Man’s Sky went stay earlier at the moment (May 25) with the Leviathan update bringing a number of thrilling new additions to the survival recreation.
Announcing the new expedition, developer Hello Games defined that “our seventh expedition traps travellers inside a time loop, and offers a taste of roguelike gameplay. Difficulty is tuned to survival-mode settings, and every death means a reset of the loop.”
Exploring the loop will earn gamers “memory fragments” and so they’ll even have the possibility to work with different gamers world wide to earn ”higher upgrades, extra stock space, and stronger multi-tools and starships”
“As players seek a way to unbind the time-loop curse, they will find a story-driven adventure at the heart of the expedition,” continued Hello Games. “Shattered memories all point towards an encounter with an ancient space creature, The Leviathan – but will travellers succeed in reshaping history, or are they doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past?”
That’s proper, the Leviathan update additionally introduces a large space whale to No Man’s Sky with gamers incomes the flexibility to recruit it as an natural addition to your capital ship’s frigate fleet. Check out the trailer under:
The Leviathan expedition is ready to run for six weeks and as soon as it’s completed, your progress will likely be transformed to “a survival mode save”.
Last month, Hello Games co-founder Sean Murray spoke about creating the studio’s subsequent recreation after No Man’s Sky.
“For a while now we’ve been working on something pretty ambitious in the background. It’s a small team but we like it that way,” stated Murray, after confirming it wasn’t a sequel to No Man’s Sky.
“Similar to No Man’s Sky, it’s the kind of project that even if we had a thousand people working on it, it’d still seem impossible,” he added.