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No Man’s Sky 2.33 Update Patch Notes

If you’re wondering what the small No Man’s Sky 2.33 update brings with it, look no further than this guide. Space-jump to the end of this guide to read through the complete list of No Man’s Sky 2.33 update patch notes. Stick with us a little longer, however, to get a better understanding of the version 2.33 update thanks to our collated highlights immediately below. It’s not a big update, but it does fix a few issues that have been plaguing the game recently.

No Man’s Sky 2.33 Update Highlights

No Man's Sky 2.33 update

As stated above, the 2.33 update in No Man’s Sky isn’t a big one, but it does bring with it a number of important bug fixes. Alongside the bug fixes, too, you can now enable tessellation when playing the game on Xbox One X, which is nice. Hello Games is listening to fan feedback to provide useful bug fixes like the ones detailed below, so it’s always a good idea to send off a bug report to the development team.

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Bug Fixes

One annoying bug since the introduction of the cool Living Ships in No Man’s Sky is being able to fall through terrain. Thanks to this version 2.33 update, however, a partial fix has been implemented to at least improve the situation. Hopefully, a complete fix will work its way into the next game update.

PC players should now be able to recover their lost Void Egg if it is lost during the latter moments of the Starbirth mission. Hopefully, you should now be able to recover your lost Void Egg if you lost it towards the end of the Starbirth mission.

Lastly, base parts should no longer spawn around weekend mission objectives. While there is nothing game-changing in this update, all three of these fixes are important ones. It’s nice to know, too, that the development team is listening to our complaints and trying to fix the game.

No Man’s Sky 2.33 Update Patch Notes

No Man's Sky 2.33 update

Read through the complete list of No Man’s Sky 2.33 update patch notes below, courtesy of Hello Games:

  • Enable tessellation on Xbox One X.
  • Introduced partial fix for an issue that could cause players to fall through the terrain.
  • Fixed an issue for PC players who lost their Void Egg during the final stages of the Starbirth mission and were not able to recover it.
  • Fix to prevent base parts from spawning around weekend mission objectives.