No Man’s Sky Sentinel Update Brings New Enemies, Artificial Intelligence Improvements, Extra Quests, and More, Now Out
Hello Games has released a new update for No Man’s Sky called Sentinel and it brings a complete overhaul of combat, new enemies, improved AI, new lore and quests, active camo, towers Sentinel facility, etc.
The update is out now on all platforms where you can play No Man’s Sky, and Hello Games has released a new trailer to showcase all that awaits you in Sentinel. One of the biggest highlights of the update is that a mech can now accompany you on your galactic explorations – it’s like having a dog except your dog is a mech big that you can also ride for neat. You can see that and more in the Sentinel update trailer below:
Luckily, this update comes with a bunch of improvements and combat enhancements for the skilled Traveler. You get access to new weapons and upgrades, like the High Energy Neutron Cannon, an active camo cloaking device, and a new electric stun grenade. You can even install an AI in your own Minotaur Exomech and let it protect you in combat. ”
Murray writes. You’ll need to fight off new types of elite drones, including heavyweights, summoners, repair units, and even Hardframe Exomechs. Sentinels can deploy their own mobile energy shield to block incoming attacks, and they’re armed with new weapons like terrain-destroying grenades and plasma-powered flamethrowers that make the fight against they become more difficult.
“And for the brave, the location of the mysterious Sentinel Pillars has been announced, with exclusive rewards and mysterious stories awaiting those who might otherwise compromise the archives,” Murray writes. its robot,” wrote Murray. “With this Sentinel update, players will learn about the lore of how the Sentinel was born. As you work on a substantial string of new story-driven missions, you’ll get the chance to reprogram and use your own friendly AI drones, as well as salvage parts to create systems. your own defense system. “
Plus, the Sentinel update brings with it a new Exobiology expedition that’s launching next week, with lots of exclusive rewards. Here are some other new additions coming to No Man’s Sky with the Sentinel update:
- Sentinel Hardframe Mech: Battle against all-new robotic enemies, a massive and heavily armored Hardframe Mech armed with lasers, terrain-destroying grenades, a plasma-powered flamethrower, and a high-powered jet pack for allowing it to launch across the battlefield.
- Full overhaul of weapon visuals: All Multi-Tool systems, from the Mining Laser to the Scatter Blaster, have had a significant visual overhaul and retooling, including new and improved beams and projectiles, muzzle flash, lighting effects light, refraction, new effects and more.
- Advanced Combat Upgrades: New upgrades add more depth to combat, such as the ability to stun or incinerate targets with existing weapons. Plus, the Multi-Tool can deal extra damage to previously tagged enemies and if things get too difficult you can run away under the new Concealment, it will help you invincible. figure, as the name implies.
- AI robot companion: Players can now reassemble and reprogram their friendly drone companion or even their very own Sentinel Hardframe mech.
- New stories and quests: Players can work with the crew of Space Anomaly on a pivotal new story mission or raid the sinister Sentinel Pillars to access their archives and probe the secrets of Atlas and the World of Glass. .
- Improved combat flow and feel: Hello Games has implemented a lot list of edits and refinements for the feel and weapon flow of No Man’s Sky, “creating a more dynamic and efficient combat experience.”
- New drone enemies: According to Murray, regular Senintels have been overhauled with heavy-duty and shielded combat drones, specialized repair drones, and even advanced summoning drones to join existing patrols.
“Last year, the No Man’s Sky team released a lot of updates (including Partner, Expeditions, Prismand Border) and our early expeditions (such as Beachhead, Rise, Pioneers, and Cartographers), ”Murray writes. “I have no doubt that 2022 will be as productive for our small team.”
While you wait to download the Sentinels update, read on Game informant No Man’s Sky Reviews and then read about September 2021 update brings NPC settlements to No Man’s Sky. For more details about this update, Be sure to read the full blog post for it.
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