No Man’s Sky Beyond update is out now. The game has been patched to version 2.03 on PS4 with this new update. The patch will also launch for PC and Xbox One.
No Man’s Sky Beyond is a major free content update that brings in many new features. It adds multiplayer support for 16 to 32 players, introduces new gameplay mechanics including gathering food resources, and adds support for virtual reality. It is the most significant update to the game since it launched back on PC and PS4.
No Man’s Sky update 2.03 was deployed earlier today on PS4. This is the Beyond update that should be rolled out on other platforms today as well. This update is roughly 11 GB in size on the PS4.
Hello Games has shared the full patch notes for this No Man’s Sky update 2.03. To summarize most of the new additions, here’s what is coming to the game.
No Man’s Sky will also officially make the jump to version 2.0 after installing this update. You don’t need to purchase anything additional aside from owning a copy of the game to enjoy the new content that has been added.
PlayStation VR users can enjoy the VR support that has been added to the game with this patch. It is a seamless experience that lets you switch between VR and normal gameplay session.
The game was first released for PS4 and PC and then later made its way to Xbox One. If you still don’t have it, it can be bought on a sale that slashes the price to more than half off making it the ideal time to get it.