No Man's Sky Beyond launched yesterday, and while some astronauts have been socialising in space and playing in VR for the first time, others have been getting booted out before they get to the good stuff. A new update, released today, aims to tackle some of these stability issues. Most of the bug fixes tackle crashes, including rendering, memory and VR-related issues. One of the main problem areas, the Space Anomaly that houses the Nexus, should also be less likely to cause your game to crash.
No Man's Sky Beyond launched today, bringing with it VR support, 32-player multiplayer on PC, and lots of other new features I've gotten tired of summarizing at the beginning of these articles. It's hardly a surprise that not everything is working immaculately with an update this big, but some of the issues are pretty serious. My next visit to The Nexus, however, resulted in screen freeze and a crash to desktop while flying into the entrance. A number of crashing issues have been reported both w
No Man's Sky Beyond is coming next week, and it's not just bringing VR support with it. "There is this social space, which is the Nexus, which is actually this huge space. That's the kind of magic I can really get behind, after all No Man's Sky's world is reaaaaally, really big. The ability just to warp to each other with the use of this Nexus space is a great idea. So that makes this really kind of impactful I think.
The biggest piece of No Man’s Sky’s summer 2019 update (called Beyond) is the Nexus. In the game’s fiction, Nexus is a kind of moon that exists outside of time and space. These changes are designed to create what Murray calls “pinch points” that create a social universe within the vastness of No Man’s Sky’s universe. The size of the game’s universe currently makes human interactions a rarity. Murray said the team’s research suggested that as many as one in four No Man’s Sky players own a virtual
No Man's Sky Beyond's launch trailer gives us our first look at the space sim's overhauled online universe, and it is extremely weird to see the normally quiet sandbox filled with players. Hello Games can probably move onto their next game now. Even with this important revelation, Hello Games isn't giving too much away. "Progression in No Man’s Sky is so much more meaningful when you can share it with other explorers and so much more engaging when any creations or missions become shareable. No M
Amazon has heavily discounted the physical version of Etrian Odyssey Nexus. The Nintendo 3DS JRPG is currently on sale at 39 percent off. If you are interested, you can check out the discount with the following link:Share This:
Fallout Miami is an upcoming Fallout 4 mod that creates an entirely new world set on the coast of post-apocalyptic Florida. Bear in mind this early version isn't reflective of the final version Fallout Miami. "This early version of Fallout Miami is the first worldspace I made when I started this project," reads Mika999's post on the Nexus Mod page, "and that's why I must emphasize that it won't be present in the final version of Fallout Miami and is not associated with the current project." You
Sekiro mods are already appearing on Nexus Mods only a few days after launch. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice runs well on PC in our experience, but there's always room for improvement. Here's our roundup of the best Sekiro mods. Install Sekiro mod engineLink: Nexus ModsMany mods rely on the Sekiro mod engine to work. For more on Sekiro, check out our Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice review.
While Capcom has expressed interest in remastering other Resident Evil titles, it will likely be awhile before we get our hands on anything tangible since Resident Evil 2 Remake only just arrived. However, the wait needn’t be dull as there are tons of Resident Evil 2 mods that aim to shake up and change our experience. This mod transforms Resident Evil 2’s shambling corpses into nutritious hordes of delicious tofu. Beach ready Mr. XDownload the mod from Nexus ModsNo respectable Resident Evil 2 m
For those who need to go online on their Chromebook via a mobile phone, there’s some good news in that Google is expanding the Chromebook’s Instant Tethering feature beyond just its own smartphones. Instant Tethering means supported Chromebooks can automatically and seamlessly switch to use your phone’s data connection when you’re out and about, and need to get online, but there’s no Wi-Fi in the vicinity. Current supportCurrently, Instant Tethering is only supported by Google’s smartphones, as