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New No Man's Sky: Beyond patch fixes a variety of bugs

The recently released expansion for No Man's Sky titled Beyond got a new patch recently, fixing a variety of issues.

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Hello Games' latest addition to the space simulator No Man's Sky fixed a lot of issues that players have been experiencing since the launch of No Man's Sky: Beyond, the massive update that added plenty of content to the already massive game. Having released 13 patches in a little over a week, the developer is adamant on making the experience run as smooth as it can and the latest one offers fixes to crashing, interactions with objects and the loss of bases and freighters, amongst a lot of other things.

The developer also thanked fans for the outpour of love coming in the form of billboards and gifts to the studio in its 2.09.1 patch notes and you can read the post in its entirety here.

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