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Hello Games is about to release another free update for the space sandbox "No Man & # 39; s Sky", and it already looks like the weirdest update yet. It is called the Living Ship update and will introduce new biological ships in "No Man & # 39; s Sky". They certainly look alive in the trailer above (with the voice of the late Rutger Hauer), and in an even more interesting turn players will not only be able to fly these organic ships, but they will even hatch and grow into adulthood.
Living ships that you incubate from eggs and grow from babies & adults to adults and then fly around is not the only craziness in the Living Ship update. New and strange "points of interest" appear in solar systems as you explore the galaxy.
And I mean weird. Strange, pulsating energy balls, interesting and intimidating space stations, and here, view this giant space skull and puzzle about what alien creature might have left orbit:
Can you build a foundation in that thing? I think players certainly want to build a foundation in that thing. A skull base in the room. Which astronaut wouldn't want that? As you explore, you may also come across new NPC & # 39; s in space, vendors that greet your ship and trade with you, need help, or offer other (perhaps imminent) interactions.
The living ships also have new biological technology and organic cockpits, so I hope you control your spaceship by pulling on strange tentacles and tendrils. It must be double bizarre in VR. An origin story mission will guide you through the & # 39; old Korvax experiments & # 39; which resulted in the creation of these living ships.
View some screenshots below to induce your appetite, and don't worry that you have to wait too long to grow your own organic spaceship. The Living Ship update comes this week and also brings many optimizations and bug fixes. You can find more information here.
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