No Man’s Sky Beyond patch notes basically removes resource inventory limits

No Man’s Sky Beyond patch notes basically removes resource inventory limits

To be fair, No Man's Sky BEYOND a rather big and ambitious update so there are bound to be problems here and there.

No Man's Sky Beyond is here, the next chapter of Hello Games' epic sci-fi sandbox - and it brings with it a host of incredible new changes, that really shake up the game.

Fixed a number of crashes on PS4 and Xbox One caused by rendering large textures.

Fix for crashes occurring in the Space Anomaly. But some players are reporting fairly regular crashes on consoles and PC which makes exploring the universe a bit hard.

The update has only been live for a couple hours, which isn't enough time to get fully immersed in the new Beyond update.

Fixed a crash affecting VR with supersampling enabled.

Previously No Man's Sky was a game infamous for requiring players to constantly go back and forth between their ship and the resources they needed - now inventory limitations have been relaxed, so players can carry "near-unlimited quantities" of any substances they require - specifically, the storage slot limit has been raised from 250 to 10,000.

It's worth noting that only the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Valve Index are listed as supported VR platforms on No Man's Sky's Steam page. Now players have several new changes to check out, all released as part of the much-touted Next update as well as the Beyond update that landed just recently.

Fix for crash when incorrect number of freighters spawn.

Of the crashes, CE-34878-0 seems to be the most significant bug in the system at the moment.

A Foundation Update in 2016 added quality-of-life improvements, a home planet feature, and a survival mode. The Path Finder update in 2017 added new vehicles and base features, and the Atlas Rises update added over 30 hours of narrative. Hello Games founder Sean Murray advised the community that hotfixes would be implemented often after the release of Beyond.

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