Changes, tweaks, and improvements for the procedural space sim
No Man’s Sky has gotten several large updates within the previous three decades, most recently the Beyond upgrade which carries the official 2.0 stamp. That does not mean modders are not still making their own changes and additions to Hi Games’ space sim that is expansive.
While others improve the UI, effects, visuals, along with other features, some mods make changes to resources and spaceships. If you’re looking to spice up your space travels, set your sights on our list. Here are the best mods for No Man’s Sky.
We’ve upgraded our list have marked each one using the version of No Man’s Sky that it supports and to eliminate. Check back soon for more additions compatible with No Man’s Sky Beyond.
It is not only No Man’s Sky: a slew of games over the past couple of years have gravitated into a system where instead of tapping on a key to perform an activity, you need to hold it down until a circle or square fills. And it is not a bad thing you really do want to make sure you’re performing the action on purpose. When it is applied throughout the board, but it has its irritations, also. This mod by Lo2k brings back tapping for actions, like menu choice, moving resources to and from the ship, talking with NPCs, boarding your boat, and others. There are different versions of the mod (such as moderate speed actions, rather than instant) if you’re interested.
No Man’s Sky’s boats are already cool looking–especially ones that are exotic –but they really do often look as they’re made out of plastic. This mod by redmas provides a metallic feel to fighters, to make ships seem like they had been constructed in a factory instead of in a toy shop.
With needing to refuel your pulse pushes, the issue is that you are in space, possibly times or hours from the closest planet under propulsion. The way to prevent stranding players? Cram each inch of space using asteroids so that you can quickly refuel. This creates another issue, however: asteroids seem like turds, and every inch of outer space is crammed with asteroids, and it’s altogether lame. Modder JimmyB236 did what Hello Games must have done: there are far fewer asteroids to block your view, but more resources to be mined from every one of them.
Reduced Launch Price
Filling your launching thrusters with gasoline isalso my opinion, the job in No Man’s Sky, and I will leap at any opportunity to spend time on it. This mod updated for second, from Lexman6, has three options based on how much you are bothered by empty launch thrusters: they’ll require 50 percent less fuel gas, or no gas in any way.
This can be down to personal taste, but you might want to turn your eyes on this mod if you think your view of space can do with some decluttering. It removes speed lines and exchange routes from your display, together with dust and plasma. If you would like to keep some of those effects but not others it also will come with many distinct variations.
I really don’t know about you, but it is for the purpose of flying, not briefly lifting into the atmosphere for a few seconds before landing on the floor with a 41, once I imagine wearing a jetpack. So, I’m not enamored of Man’s Sky’s jetpack. Modder TheNextGDD lets you simply fly with the jetpack, which is as it should be. It is a jet. It’ll act like one.