No Man’s Sky Beyond got released two days ago with VR support and 32-player multiplayer mode on PC. Moreover, since its release, the game has been crashing, and players weren’t able to explore Space Anomaly that houses the Nexus. However, developers just released their first-ever update of this game which was tested on experimental branch first and now it’s live.

The very first update of No Man’s Sky Beyond tackles some stability issues including game crashing in Nexus. Moreover, players were not able to spend 30 seconds in Nexus before No Man’s Sky freezes and crashes. However, other bugs include VR-related issues and rendering. You can read the full patch notes below:

Here’s the full list of fixes:

  • Fix for crashes occurring in the Space Anomaly.
  • Fixed a number of issues causing some players to experience low framerate after visiting the Space Anomaly.
  • Fixed a rendering related crash.
  • Fixed an out of memory crash.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause a crash when manipulating inventory in close proximity to a high number of players.
  • Fixed a crash affecting VR with supersampling enabled.
  • Fixed a situation where network connectivity issues could prevent players from speaking to NPCs aboard the Space Anomaly.
  • Fixed an issue where storage containers could not be accessed.
  • Fixed a crash affecting unsupported VR hardware.

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