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Singularity is the next free update for No Man’s Sky – Destructoid

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It’s like a black hole but portable and with a cooler name

Hello Games has announced the next free continuation of No Man’s Sky, and it’s called Singularity. It should be dropping for all platforms sometime today.

This is a pretty small one, I suppose. Compared to the Interceptor update, I mean. You can now play as a robot, which is pretty cool, and this is heavily featured in the trailer. I’d rather play as a fox. Like, a fox-person. Some sort of fox that travels the stars. A star fox, if you will.

The main feature of this update is that it continues the story started in the previous Interceptor update. Allegedly, this is part two of four in the narrative.

Furthermore, there’s the usual tweaks and cosmetic updates in Singularity. However, they’re nothing that really makes me want to jump back into its universe.

For that matter, I picked up No Man’s Sky again after the Interceptor update and bounced off it yet again. I think the biggest reason for this is a bit of a personal one. Its universe just feels too artificial. These planets are just kind of floating there in a way that’s not natural. It’s hard to explain, but it just kind of ruins the fun of exploration for me.

I do appreciate that it’s getting constant support, even if, at this point, I have to concede that it’s just not for me.

That doesn’t mean it’s not for you, and you can find No Man’s Sky on Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Zoey Handley

Staff Writer – Zoey is a gaming gadabout. She got her start blogging with the community in 2018 and hit the front page soon after. Normally found exploring indie experiments and retro libraries, she does her best to remain chronically uncool.

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It’s like a black hole but portable and with a cooler name

Hello Games has announced the next free continuation of No Man’s Sky, and it’s called Singularity. It should be dropping for all platforms sometime today.

This is a pretty small one, I suppose. Compared to the Interceptor update, I mean. You can now play as a robot, which is pretty cool, and this is heavily featured in the trailer. I’d rather play as a fox. Like, a fox-person. Some sort of fox that travels the stars. A star fox, if you will.

The main feature of this update is that it continues the story started in the previous Interceptor update. Allegedly, this is part two of four in the narrative.

Furthermore, there’s the usual tweaks and cosmetic updates in Singularity. However, they’re nothing that really makes me want to jump back into its universe.

For that matter, I picked up No Man’s Sky again after the Interceptor update and bounced off it yet again. I think the biggest reason for this is a bit of a personal one. Its universe just feels too artificial. These planets are just kind of floating there in a way that’s not natural. It’s hard to explain, but it just kind of ruins the fun of exploration for me.

I do appreciate that it’s getting constant support, even if, at this point, I have to concede that it’s just not for me.

That doesn’t mean it’s not for you, and you can find No Man’s Sky on Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Zoey Handley

Staff Writer – Zoey is a gaming gadabout. She got her start blogging with the community in 2018 and hit the front page soon after. Normally found exploring indie experiments and retro libraries, she does her best to remain chronically uncool.

More Stories by Zoey Handley

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