A big update has just come to the highly-criticized video game "No Man's Sky," radically expanding the space exploration video game's list of features.
According to its developer, Hello Games, fans of the game can now expect better gaming experience as "No Man's Sky" introduces new features like land vehicles and buggies.
As of this writing, the foundation update has already added new buildings, farming, freighters and creative options to the game, but nothing came as a bigger surprise than the new Survival Mode, which comes on top of the already existing Creative Mode.
The foundation update takes up 2.7 GB of memory, which is just about the size of a full game. For fans of the game, the update only goes to show how the developers of the game have put themselves out to make up for the big flop that the game turned out to be days following its initial release.
Sean Murray, the most maligned creator of the game who took most of the criticisms after the flop, recently posted a tweet after remaining silent for more than a month.
"If you could have lived our lives over the last months, you'd know how meaningful this is," he posted.
This week, a Reddit user uncovered the game files and made mention of a buggy vehicle, tire tracks and tires as some of the added features of the new update.
With the foundation update, players can expect "No Man's Sky" to get back on top.