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No Man's Sky's latest update introduces story-driven weekend community events •

Plus featured bases and more.

Hello Games' exploratory space sim No Man's Sky continues to evolve, and its latest updates – available now on all platforms – adds a number of new elements designed to bring its community together: weekend missions and featured bases.

Weekend missions, which are due to begin "very shortly", will tell a single story as they unfold over the coming months, with each event bringing explorers together on a specific planet.

"Nada's spacetime loom has detected a concerning pattern resonating across the universe, and they need help from their explorer friends to investigate," teases Hello Games, "Readings indicate a disturbance in reality, where an anomalous – and possibly sinister – force has seen to leak through to this universe … "

Players wishing to join in the weekend fun will be able to accept a new mission chapter from the Space Anomaly's Nexus terminal every Friday evening in the UK, with each event coming to a close early on Monday morning. Weekend missions will continue to run for the "foreseeable future" and promise to deliver significant Quicksilver rewards.

1 "data-uri =" 2019 / articles / 2019-10-30-20-29 / no_mans_sky_weekend_event.jpg "/><figcaption>A weekend event, in all its vibrantly hued glory.</figcaption></figure><p>Also new in No Man's Sky latest update is a Featured Bases tab for the Space Anomaly's teleportation terminal. Here, players can browse, and warp to, community created bases that have particularly impressed Hello Games.</p><p>"We hope it will showcase all of you talented builders, and bring every player an ever-changing cycle of spectacular planets and architectural creativity", the developer wrote.</p><p>Alongside these new features, No Man's Sky's 2.15 update brings a selection of fixes and improvements to the core experience, as outlined in Hello Games' patch notes. The developer also promises a further update, addressing "a whole heap of community requests", soon.</p><p>"We take your suggestions and priorities very seriously when working out what to work on," Hello Games concluded, "so if there are things you want to add to the ever-evolving list then please let us know through the usual channels."</p></section></div><p><script>window.fbAsyncInit = function () {
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