Dive Into The Abyss in No Man's Sky Starting Today

Dive Into The Abyss in No Man's Sky Starting Today

Dive Into The Abyss in No Man's Sky Starting Today

Procedurally-generated universe game "No Man's Sky", which allows players to explore literally infinite new planets, has expanded the diversity of ocean biomes in the latest update, appropriately called The Abyss by studio Hello Games. The new mission will find players either discovering what happened to a troubled crew that became stranded after their freighter crashed, or they'll be exploring underwater ruins to locate a lost soul.

No Man's Sky players could already head underwater to explore the flora and fauna that lived underneath the waves, but doing that is much easier and more rewarding now that The Abyss is out. This submersible vehicle gives new meaning to underwater navigation, combat and mining - and can be summoned to any ocean on the planet, as well as docked at underwater buildings.

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You'll be able to upgrade the Nautilon with Submarine Technology and customise it to your liking, as well as set to work building submersible bases with new parts, including the Marine Shelter for a "brief respite from the oceanic pressure", using glass corridors, viewing bays, and multi-storey submersible view domes. Players can now bring their aquatic life into a habitat with a decorative indoor aquarium.

Underwater biomes are improved with some rare exotic biomes being available to explore as your swim about. Aquatic life inhabits the full depth of the ocean, and unique terrifying creatures can be encountered on the ocean floor. Discover and scavenge lost cargo from very big freighter wrecks. Sunken ships and ruins left behind are just some of the mission-related areas that Hello Games teased, though it'll be up to players to find them all themselves.

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