No Man’s Sky’s Living Ship update introduces the first new starship since Atlas Rises. These are strange and beautiful creatures with lives of their own.
A new series of missions will take players through the ancient Korvax experiments that led to the birth of these interstellar beings. Players who wish to incubate, grow and ultimately fly their own living ship should visit the Space Anomaly and follow the call of the Void Egg. These beautiful, organic, slightly psychedelic ships are uniquely grown and as with everything in the No Man’s Sky universe, procedurally-generated.
They can’t be upgraded in the same way as a traditional ship: each one is individually hatched, with a unique set of internal organs that determines its abilities. If you want a fast hyperdrive, you’ll need to nurture the right sort of life within your ship. The Living Ship update also brings a host of new discoverables to deep space, adding all-new space encounters to the off-planet experience. Strange new lifeforms and mysterious objects now wait between the planets, bringing more variety and unique experiences to space travel.
No Man’s Sky Living Ship Update is now available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.