The latest No Man’s Sky update has finally arrived and is called Frontiers!
You can read the full patch notes from Hello Gameshere.
Among all the changes in this new release is a new game feature called “Planetary Settlements” which are NPC towns that players can manage and control. Currently it seems that players can only control one settlement at a time, and settlements are essentially treated like player bases (only one player can control a single settlement). For more information about Planetary Settlements keep an eye on this wiki page as the community starts exploring this new game feature!
The Portal Repository website has been updated to reflect the new version number and the new tag “Settlement” has been added as well. When you submit a portal address simply select the number of players that control settlements on that particular planet. The “Settlement” tag will be added automatically. The portal address metadata table will also display the number of player-controlled settlements.
The latest version of No Man’s Sky has been released today and is titled Expeditions. This release introduces a new seasonal game mode with exclusive limited-time rewards, miscellaneous rebalancing, performance optimizations and various bug fixes.
One major change in Expeditions is that the various platform-based discoveries databases has been unified. This means a named discovery on PS4 will now be the same on other platforms like Xbox and PC. If a discovery was previously-named on multiple platforms then the oldest discovery will take priority. This is a pretty substantial change that is likely to have repercussions for player civilizations that occupy the same regions on different platforms.
Another major change is that base uploads are now fully cross-platform compatible. Players can visit any other uploaded base, even if the base was uploaded on a different platform. Presumably base uploads are still restricted by game mode, so bases built and uploaded in Creative mode still won’t be visible to players in Normal mode, for example.
You can view the Top Ten portal addresses page to find some of the most popular portal addresses among the community submitted during the various 3.x Origins versions. Addresses published in previous versions of version 3.x Origins (Halloween, Next Generation and Companions) will have a warning notification banner appended to inform players that the discovery names and player bases might be different.
The new game mode “Expedition” has been added to the portal address submission form. Likewise, the new version tag has been created and will be automatically applied to new portal addresses submitted from today onward. Now that it doesn’t matter what platform players are using I will create some new quick links on the site to quickly list all the bases in a certain galaxy by game mode (all bases in Euclid in Normal mode, for example). This should make searching and filtering for desired locations a bit easier.
Please leave a comment if you have any other suggestions for changes on The Portal Repository website.
No Man’s Sky FM is an online radio station that features player-made ByteBeat songs. Like most radio stations, NMSFM includes “advertisements” between segments. Some of the ads are for legit community groups like the Amino Hub and YouTube channels, other ads are just funny fictional bits.
I am looking for someone to write up and/or record a radio ad for The Portal Repository. Feel free to use your imagination and be creative. The only requirements are that the ad include the name “The Portal Repository”, the URL “portalrepository.com” and can be read in 30-60 seconds. Send your submissions to [email protected]Submissions are due by March 31st. Preference will be given to audio recordings, but text write-ups will also be considered.
In addition to having your ad aired on NMSFM you’ll also have the chance to win the following prizes:
3rd Place: Supporter status on The Portal Repository (name listed in the footer, addresses included on the Supporter Addresses page, ad-free experience while logged-in)
2nd Place: Partner status on The Portal Repository (name listed in the footer, addresses featured on the Homepage, ad-free experience while logged-in)
1st Place: Stakeholder status on The Portal Repository (name listed in the footer, addresses featured on the Homepage, ad-free experience while logged-in, and your choice of any TeeSpring merchandise!
A new update has been released today for No Man’s Sky: Version 3.2 Companions!
This update introduces new gameplay involving creatures that can now be adopted as pets. Read the full release notes: here.
As usual, the Portal Repository has been updated for this new version. Starting today, newly-submitted portal addresses will now be marked with the tag “Version: 3.2 Companions”. Also, the Top Ten Addresses page has been modified to include addresses submitted in versions 3.1 and 3.2. A bug was discovered that prevented “Next Generation” addresses from being included in the Top Ten list.
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Following hot on the heels of the Halloween update, Hello Games have announced another update called Next Generation! This update is scheduled to be released on November 10th to correspond with the launch of the next-gen Xbox and PlayStation consoles.
Next Generation brings compatibility for new console players on the next generation of PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. Additionally, PC players with “Ultra” settings will also benefit from the improved visuals and graphical enhancements.
A small update has been dropped by Hello Games just in time for Halloween! The title of the update is aptly named the “Halloween Update”.
The focus of the update is to expand the gameplay associated with the derelict freighters that were introduced in the Desolation update earlier this year.
You can read the full patch notes and release information here.
The Portal Repository has been updated to reflect this latest update. New addresses will now include the “Version: Halloween” tag and will be included in the Favorites page since no major procedural changes have occurred.
Reminder: If you find an interesting derelict freighter don’t forget to share the portal address to any planet in that system and include the tag “Derelict Freighter” so other players can check it out too! Each star system has a unique type of derelict freighter so players can share coordinates to interesting, and spooky, wrecks.
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