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The update, already seen by PC users, includes mild bug fixes, and requires between 605 and 450MB of hard drive real estate.
Hello Games’ head Sean Murray on Twitter revealed that less than 1% of users reported issues on the console, but the patch will fix around 70% of said issues.
Even though less than one per cent of players have raised support issues, we’re going to resolve roughly 70% of them this week
— Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) August 18, 2016
Also, don’t expect big changes to come with this patch. Murray explained that the patch only fixes PlayStation 4 stability, rather than adds any new features to gameplay.
Nevertheless, if you’re one of the unlucky one who’ve experienced random No Man’s Sky crashes on PlayStation 4, we suggest you grab this update before running the game again.