New No Man's Sky Expansion Accidentally Leaked, Details Here

New No Man's Sky Expansion Accidentally Leaked, Details Here

We have an early look at "Visions."

Hello Games might have accidentally leaked the new No Man's Sky expansion titled, "Visions." A trailer for the expansion was meant to be hidden but found its way out and now we have the details on what's next for No Man's Sky.

Visions is yet another major content drop for No Man's Sky and seems to focus heavily on diversifying the planets and environments players can stumble upon during their space adventures. There will be five new planetary biomes in the update as well as unique lifeforms and environments. New resources will be affected by the weather and there are even rainbows.

There sounds to be some new quests added to Visions as well including wrecked freighters that can be explored for materials, or even fossils underground players can excavate. These should give players even more incentive to explore a planet and dig underground.

Community Missions will also be shared globally so players can all work together towards a goal, and Visions adds new materials, building parts, and emotes as well.

This update comes off the heels of The Abyss which added major underwater elements to No Man's Sky. It seems Hello Games is really adding diversity and life to all aspects of No Man's Sky after No Man's Sky Next overhauled many of the game's quality of life aspects.

For more check out our No Man's Sky guide for our best tips on how to get started. No word yet on when Visions will launch for No Man's Sky unfortunately.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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