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No Man’s Sky Crossplay Patch 2.52 released, fixes numerous bugs, crashes and issues

Hello Games has released a brand new patch for No Man’s Sky. According to the release notes, the No Man’s Sky Crossplay patch 2.52 resolves some crashes, gameplay issues and bugs that players have been experiencing after the release of the major Crossplay Update.

Going into more details, this latest patch fixes a number of crashes related to cross-platform matchmaking. It also fixes a network issue that could occur when looking up cross-platform profile data. Additionally, it fixes a number of issues with Steam lobbies not correctly syncing between friends.

Furthermore, the Crossplay Patch 2.52 fixes an issue that could caused Xbox-specific options to appear on other platforms. It also fixes a number of issues relating to the network replication of creature bait.

As always, Steam will download this latest patch the next time you launch its client. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

No Man’s Sky Crossplay Patch 2.52 Release Notes
  • Fixed a number of crashes related to cross-platform matchmaking.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause Space Station NPCs to become desynchronised.
  • Also fixed a network issue that could occur when looking up cross-platform profile data.
  • Fixed a number of issues with Steam lobbies not correctly syncing between friends.
  • Adding a friend from the Nearby Players list now requires a confirmation.
  • The /invite command now works with cross-platform players.
  • Improved the error messages used when text commands fail to work.
  • Fixed some minor text issues in the chat messages that are displayed when joining or leaving a group.
  • Fixed an issue with the text displayed on empty crossplay sessions on the multiplayer frontend.
  • Improved the display of whisper messages.
  • Fixed a number of issues relating to the network replication of creature bait.
  • Players can no longer throw creature bait aboard the Space Anomaly.
  • Fixed an issue that could caused Xbox-specific options to appear on other platforms.
  • Fixed an Xbox-specific issue that caused several languages to default UK English.

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