First No Man’s Sky Weekly Community Event Blasts Off, Collectibles
When it originally came out on the PlayStation 4, No Man’s Sky was a sad excuse for a game but no longer. With the re-release of the action-adventure survival title and it’s arrival on platforms outside of the PlayStation, the game has been given new life. Many players are flocking to No Man’s Sky NEXT hoping to take on the stars by exploring the far reaches of space and uncovering all the mysteries the universe has to offer. Now Hello Games has announced that Community Events and weekly content are on their way to the game.
The news comes by way of a blog post showcasing the latest development update for the game. According to the post, the first event will task players with examining an “undetected iteration of the universe” for returning characters Specialist Polo and Priest Entity Nada.
Specialist Polo and Priest Entity Nada, blinking around the edge of reality in their anomalous spacecraft, are broadcasting a request for assistance. Polo’s advanced boundary monitoring equipment has located a previously undetected iteration of the universe and they urgently need explorers to examine and explore this glitch in reality.”
This will mark the “first chapter” of an ongoing research project and players are asked to examine this specific corner of the galaxy where mysterious objects have begun spawning underground. Those who dedicate themselves to the task of excavating these objects and returning them to the Space Anomaly will be rewarded with “Quicksilver,” which is a form of currency that can be turned into exclusive cosmetic items.
Over the coming weeks there will be a large variety of items that will be added ranging anywhere from base parts, emotes, customizations, exocraft, and more. Of course the ways in which players can earn quicksilver will also be expanded upon as well.
No Man’s Sky is available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 and the community event for the title is now live for players to investigate. Will you be embarking on this community event? Let us know your thoughts on the first No Man’s Sky Community event and more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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