No Man's Sky Adds Tons Of Quality-Of-Life Improvements Alongside Switch Launch

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For the space exploration and building video game No Man's Sky, it was a historic day.

First of all, the game was launched for the Nintendo Switch, although many of the menus and features had undergone a significant makeover before then.

It is also known as the "Waypoint" upgrade or "No Man's Sky 4.0" by its creator Hello Games.

The update that went live today delivers a wide range of quality-of-life enhancements, albeit it isn't as significant as the one that transformed an exploration game into a crafting game.

Anyone who has played No Man's Sky at any stage would know that it may be a little rough around the edges in those two areas, so significant updates there may be appreciated.

There are many difficulty settings available in the game, and you may now choose between them while playing.

All of these adjustments went into effect today along with the game's debut on the Nintendo Switch, although they are in no way exclusive to the Switch.