No Man’s Sky update 4.03 is out now for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, PC, and Nintendo Switch. You can get the complete patch notes here.
After the major Waypoint update that launched alongside the Nintendo Switch version, Hello Games has now published a quick hotfix for the game brining in several improvements that were reported since the last patch. Learn more about the changes to the game in the patch notes shared for the No Man’s Sky 4.03 update below.
No Man’s Sky Update 4.03 Patch Notes
- Fixed an issue that prevented the “Change Craft Amount” option from working when crafting products.
- Fixed a number of issues affecting base power when enabled or disable the Auto-Power difficulty setting.
- Fixed an issue that prevented ship and Multi-Tool trade-in prices from being calculated correctly.
- Fixed an icon inconsistency in the Journey Records page.
- Fixed an issue that caused audio corruption when upgrading inventory slots.
- Fixed a number of issues related to selecting the next inventory slot to be upgraded.
- Fixed a UI issue that could make it difficult to expand inventories up to their intended maximum dimensions (of 60 for technology and 120 for items).
- Fixed an issue that caused some doorways in freighter bases to become blocked.
- Fixed an issue that made it difficult for the living ship to land on planets.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when pinning a completed journey milestone.
- Fixed a crash related to upgrading Multi-Tool inventories.
- Fixed a crash related to rendering.
- Fixd a number of memory-related crashes.
Hello Games developed and released No Man’s Sky, an action-adventure survival game. It was published globally in August 2016 for the PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows, in July 2018 for the Xbox One, in November 2020 for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and Series S consoles, and in October 2022 for the Nintendo Switch. Exploration, survival, combat, trading, and base building are the game’s five pillars.