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Don't go exploring on foot - your shiny new vehicles await!

<span class="bold">No Man's Sky</span>, the open-space exploration game where you adventure across an infinite universe, is getting its second massive chunk of free content, called The Path Finder Update.

Building upon the previous Foundation Update, Path Finder is the largest content pack to date, bringing numerous improvements and additions. Chief among them is, of course, the option to traverse the land on a vehicle that you can summon anytime upon your home planet! But there's a lot of other cool stuff here, namely:

- Planetary Vehicles: Build up to 3 of these aforementioned crafts at your base.
- Vehicle Upgrades: Pimp your ride with extra acceleration, traction, a scanner for points of interest, or deadly weapons.
- Improved Visuals: High-res textures, improved visuals and 4K rendering on supported hardware.
- Permadeath Mode: Challenge yourself to reach the center without dying!
- Exocraft Races: Construct, race and share tracks to test vehicles to their limits.
- Dozens of new upgrades for weapons and tech.

That's not all, though! There are gameplay improvements, rebalanced difficulty, a photo mode to help capture all the surrounding beauty, base improvements, and much more waiting for you inside this Path Finder Update. To find out more, watch the neat trailer below or head over <span class="bold">this way</span>.
Post edited March 22, 2017 by maladr0Id
Starkrun: if its $21 new there is a serious problem going on here... pricing is completely backwards then...
CMOT70: Just to clarify, I'm talking about sale price for a digital download version on the PS4 store at the moment, though I've since noticed it as a price for PS Plus subscribers as well- so it's unfair to directly compare to the GOG price.. The price for non non subs is higher. Though, even if you paid for a months PS Plus sub just to buy NMS at A$21, you'd still save $6 over buying it on GOG. Anyway, even non sale prices favor the console with GOG- A$67 and PS4 A$54. Sony are clearly pricing to favor their own platform.

It's not isolated either, The Witcher 3 GOTY is A$39 on Xbox sale and has been recently the same on PS4 sales. On GOG it's on sale for A$47. The days of PC games automatically being cheaper than consoles are gone. It depends on where you are and what currency you're using.
To be fair, pc versions usually have better frame rates, grapichal options, can be patched much easier, and better mod support.

Granted price differences for console versions go out the window when taking into consideration used game market.