There’s something very fishy about this No Man’s Sky update

No Man’s Sky’s previous major update, Next, changed the game significantly, and also served as a welcome to Xbox One gamers who had been left out until then. This new update, entitled The Abyss, isn’t nearly as ambitious, but it does add a wealth of new content and substantial changes to the aquatic aspects of the game to reel you in. Make a splash. Get hooked. I’ll stop now.

Next already fixed a lot of what was considered broken in No Man’s Sky – if you tried it at launch and haven’t dipped into it since, you might be pleasantly surprised at how it’s grown – and now Hello Games has just about completely overhauled all the wet bits too. Everything below the surface has been expanded, tweaked, and improved.

Plunging the depths had been a bit dull until now, but new story elements, underwater building modules, a shiny new submarine, and a host of new oceanic fauna and flora should be enough to convince players to take another look down there. There’s more to the upgrades, as well as a sprawling list of other fixes covering the rest of the No Man’s Sky world. So, ships and planets and that sort of thing. It’s quite a list.

The Abyss is available now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

LOL SO RANDOM
Don’t expect even some news, much less an actual launch of The Elder Scrolls VI for “years”, sorry