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No Man's Sky patch 4.0.3 official notes: Fixes issues with players loading location, crashes, and more

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Sean Murray recently announced that Hello Games was launching patch 4.0.3 in No Man's Sky, which is meant to fix a number of issues reported by those playing the Waypoint update.

The developers have been releasing updates and fixes recently to address the issues that stemmed from the major patch 4.0.Hello Games introduced Waypoint patch 4.0 in No Man's Sky earlier this month, along with the launch of the title on Nintendo Switch.

The game has already received a number of major updates in 2022, including Sentinel, Outlaws, and Endurance.Such content inclusions often result in bugs and glitches.

Hello Games has already released a couple of patches that fix several of the issues reported by players. So what does patch 4.0.3 do in No Man's Sky?The blog post for the latest patch begins by thanking those who have been playing the game since the Wapoint update, as well as gamers who took the time to report the issues they faced "via Zendesk or console crash reporting." With patch 4.0.3, Hello Games seeks to further resolve problems that continue to disrupt the gameplay experience.The biggest fix in the latest patch concerns an issue players were having with their loading location.

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