No Man’s Sky is getting a new update named 4.12.1, and here are the changes and bug fixes that arrived with this update. The game was silent about patches lately; however, things have changed, and the dev Hello Games dropped a new one. The latest version is not extensive, so do not expect anything major but a few fixes. The patch notes of the No Man’s Sky update 4.12.1 are below.
No Man’s Sky Update 4.12.1 Patch Notes
Thank you to everyone playing the Fractal Update, especially those taking the time to report any issues they encounter via Zendesk or console crash reporting.
We are listening closely to your feedback, and have identified and resolved a number of issues. These fixes are included in patch 4.12.1, which is live on Steam.
- Fixed a number of network-related crashes.
- Fixed an issue that could cause controllers to disconnect when playing via Steam.
If you missed the previous version, named 4.12, you can check out its patch notes below.
- Fixed an issue that caused bases built next to some building types to become buried in the ground.
- Fixed an issue that prevented recolouring of portable base building objects constructed outside of a base.
- Fixed an issue that caused ship cockpit screens to flicker.
- Fixed an issue that caused the Galactic Trade Room on freighters to be non-interactable.
- Fixed an issue that allowed cursor or stick sensitivity to be set to 0, preventing cursor use.
- Fixed a bug that caused farmable plants to appear in the wrong visual state.
- Fixed an issue that caused ByteBeat recordings to fail to save correctly.
- Fixed an issue that prevented Featured Bases from being available to PSVR2 players.
- The volume of the VR wrist projector’s opening sound effect has been reduced.- No Man’s Sky Update 4.12.1 Patch Notes
- Fixed a hang that could occur when exiting an Exocraft in VR.
- Fixed an issue that prevented terrain tessellation detail from being rendered on PlayStation 5.
- Fixed an issue that prevented controller vibration from functioning correctly on PlayStation 5.
- Fixed a PlayStation 5 issue that could cause graphical corruption during warp.
- Fixed an issue with sky rendering on Xbox One.
- Fixed an issue that prevented system language selection from working correctly.
- Fixed a number of issues that could cause stuttering.
- Fixed an issue that caused some metadata used by mods to be stripped.
- Fixed an issue that could prevent discoveries from showing.
- Fixed an issue that could prevent expedition data from being successfully downloaded.
- Fixed an issue that could cause incorrect discovery counts to be reported for discovery-based expedition milestones.
- Fixed a number of network connectivity issues.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when playing with a controller on Linux OS.
- Fixed a crash on boot that could affect PC players with integrated/multiple GPUs.
- Fixed a crash related to derelict freighter procedural generation.
- Fixed a number of rendering-related crashes.
- Fixed a number of crashes related to multiplayer.
- Fixed a rare crashed related to planet rendering.
No Man’s Sky is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and Nintendo Switch. For more information regarding this patch, please visit the official No Man’s Sky site.