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No Man’s Sky Expeditions Patch 3.40 released, full patch notes revealed

Hello Games has released a brand new update for No Man’s Sky Expeditions. According to the release notes, Patch 3.40 adds the second Expedition, Beachhead, to the game. Moreover, it adds a new class of procedural upgrade module for the starship Launch Thrusters.

Additionally, this update fixes a number of bugs and exploits. For instance, it fixes an exploit that could allow players to bypass protections against building in other player’s bases. It also improves overall stability by fixing some crashes.

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

No Man’s Sky Expeditions Patch 3.40 Release Notes
  • The second Expedition, Beachhead, begins today. We hope you enjoy the surprises it has in store.
  • Added a new class of procedural upgrade module for the starship Launch Thrusters.
  • Fixed an issue that caused incorrect text labels on Communications Stations.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the Exosuit boot sequence from playing correctly in Expeditions mode.
  • Also fixed an issue that could cause asteroids to intersect with player fleets.
  • Fixed an issue that allowed secondary ships to be summoned when they were out of fuel.
  • Fixed an issue that caused some UI screens to be positioned incorrectly when using an ultrawide monitor.
  • Also fixed an issue that caused incorrect camera positioning while interacting with a number of objects.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented a number of Quicksilver titles from unlocking in Creative Mode.
  • Fixed an exploit that could allow players to bypass protections against building in other player’s bases.
  • Also fixed a crash related to terrain tesselation.
  • Fixed a crash related to saving base data.

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