No Man’s Sky never tires of surprising you: first there were the aliens that you could milk, then you also got living ships that you were allowed to hatch and now there are Exo Mechs. Yes, exactly: Big robot suits that you can use to stomp over planets. If you are not yet a no man’s astronaut, you can also buy the game for under 20 euros.

Perhaps it has been your dream for weeks to spend your time at home with a game in which you can design your own 'Mech and boot with it over foreign planets. Yes? Wonderful! Then No Man’s Sky is there for you, because the science fiction odyssey has again received an absurd update and let you build mechs from now on. In addition to the Alien ships that hatch her and the Alien milk, with which you can serve up your space cereal.

I couldn't stop the "Aww" when I saw the AT-AT-Mech:

No Man’s Sky with Exo Mechs in Update 2.4

The Exo Mech update brings a new technology into the universe of No Man’s Sky: huge mech suits that you build, expand, adapt and with which you can stomp or fly over planets. With them you can break down better and faster, and they also protect against bad weather – such as ice storms at -160 ° C, or other inconveniences. They rely on an internal battery, but you can solve that with solar systems on the Exo Mech. There is another one Tons of more details about the 'Mechs, after all, No Man’s Sky has become damn extensive over time. Especially when it comes to technology.

The entire update you can look at the official homepage to bring to mind.

No Man’s Sky is also currently on sale in the PS Store: Until April 16 you can still use the space sandbox for 17.99 euros get home. A good price for what No Man’s Sky currently offers.

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