The latest No Man’s Sky expedition, “Singularity,” goes live

Posted by:Robert Collins

The latest No Man’s Sky update brings with it the newest expedition. Titled “Singularity,” this latest expedition is the second in a four-part story arc unfolding throughout the course of the year.

As per the release notes over on the No Man’s Sky website,

The expedition sees players work alone and as a community to solve the mystery of the damaged Autophage heads found abandoned at harmonic camps…

We don’t want to spoil too much, but Travellers will be invited to unveil a little of the history and origin of the harmonic camps in a mystery that touches upon artificial intelligence, the will to exist, and the very nature of what it means to be alive.

Nada and Polo will be there to support and assist Travellers with the assembly of a robotic Construct, and with a communal goal that may shape the future of the universe…

Free for all platforms, Singularity will run for the next 5 weeks, and  includes new challenges, rewards and more. Among those rewards: a full-body customization set. Players will have to collect and assemble the set’s various parts.

Many more limited-time items and souvenirs will be available. Also, No Man’s Sky update 4.30 also includes a number of stability enhancements and bug fixes.

No Man's Sky
No Man's Sky
Developer: Hello Games
Price: Free

Featured image via Xbox Wire.