The much awaited No Man’s Sky PC patch has been released now. The studio has also confirmed that a patch for PlayStation 4 has also been submitted and that it’s going to be released very soon. Players had complained of some minor issues with the title particularly on PC so hopefully this patch is going to take care of all of then both on PC and on PlayStation 4. The patch is available on PC via GOG and Steam.

The studio hasn’t released the full patch notes as yet but it does say that it adds support for more hardware aside from improving frame rate at low specs.

It didn’t reveal the full patch notes for PlayStation 4 as well, only saying that it has been submitted to Sony and that it “should be out soon.” The PS4 patch is said to improve stability and do “lots more.”

The studio’s Sean Murray said on Twitter that even though less than one percent of players have raised support issues they are going to resolve roughly 70 percent this week.

Murray added that they are completely focused on customer support right now and will work on improving and adding more features to the game in the future. Another patch has been lined up for next week which is also going to make certain improvements to further enhance the No Man’s Sky experience for millions of players across the globe.

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