Following the big No Man’s Sky patch that brought in crossplay to the game, Hello Games has released a new patch just a few days ago, but it seems they’re not done just yet for the month. Today, Hello Games has released the No Man’s Sky update 2.53 June 16 patch, and as one might expect, it’s for fixes.
Hello Games calls this the 2.52.1 patch for PC, though its also out on consoles.
No Man’s Sku update 2.53 June 16 patch notes:
Thank you to everyone playing the Crossplay Update, especially those taking the time to report any issues they encounter via Zendesk or console crash reporting.
We are listening closely to your feedback, and have identified and resolved a number of stability issues. These fixes have been combined into patch 2.52.1, which is now live on Steam and GOG.
- We’ve fixed a number of issues specific to AMD GPUs. We are aware of other GPU specific crashes and are working with AMD to fix them on a driver level. In the meantime, they have recommended rolling back to the previous WHQL driver 20.4.2, which can be found here: link.
- We are also aware of a number of Windows 7 users who are unable to connect. This is a platform security issue, and requires an update to enable TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 as default secure protocols in WinHTTP in Windows, found here: link
- Fixed a rare networking crash related to base building.
- Fixed a crash related to broken ships.
As far as we’re aware, the No Man’s Sky update 2.53 June 16 patch includes just that, and as you can see, it’s mostly for PC fixes. That said, the broken ship crashing issue being addressed should be appreciated by gamers.
Source: No Man’s Sky