According to Polygon, No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games laughed the game’s first patch early this morning. The patch addresses issues such as frame rate, stability, and minor bug fixes. The patch comes on the heels of a very successful launch.
The patch is now available on PlayStation 4 and Windows PC, and with it brings No Man’s Sky 1.04. Hello Games managing director Sean Murray has not given the complete patch notes but says they will be released sooner rather than later.
There were a few major details of the patch released. On PC, the patch adds the ability to add hardware to the game and support it. It also improves the game’s frame rate. On PS4, the patch makes No Man’s Sky more stable and does a lot more which will be known as the notes on the patch are released.
Only one percent of No Man’s Sky players have filed complaints to Hello Games about technical problems. Mr. Murray said that Hello Games will correct about 70 percent of the afore mentioned issues this week. There is no way to tell just how many players one percent is because Hello Games has not released any sales data at this moment.
We’re totally focused on customer support right now.
As mentioned before even though there is a lack of patch notes, Murray has added that the 1.04 update does not add new features to No Man’s Sky. Prior to the game’s debut, it was implied that base building and the ownership of freight ships would be the first two additions to the game.