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For anyone else waiting for better improvements to No Mans Sky, the Atlas Rises update has been announced https://www.nomanssky.com/atlas-rises-update/ For me this makes NMS everything I wanted it to be, the Pathfinder and Foundation updates were good additions, but this looks like the icing on the cake. Just hope the performance has improved since the last update went a bit downhill in that department. There are hints in these notes that it is not the final update too. Currently the Internal depot has been updated today (about 2 hours ago) https://steamdb.info/app/275850/d
No Man's Sky - General Performance Tips This guide is based on my experience running the game on laptops, and information from the No Man's Sky Official site Help Centre articles. For a point of reference, my laptop runs No Man's Sky smoothly averaging way above 60fps ( since the Vulkan / Beyond updates ), I have the odd dip below 60 but mostly fps is above the game settings fps cap .. If you have a desktop then more than likely you will be able to have higher settings than any in my screenshots ( depending on your spec' ). Laptop Dell G3 : CPU Core I7 8750H 4.1ghz, RAM 1
For the uninitiated the X series has been an amazing space game with good longevity. I still have X3 Albion Prelude installed. It is releasing on GOG today (I just checked my account and the files are not ready to download yet). GOG page - https://www.gog.com/game/x4_foundations You cant land on planets like you can in No Mans Sky with this game, but there are large space stations (you can build your own too), and you can fly / fight in any ship with many variattions of weapons while building your fleet and economical support. The dog fighting in all previo