How to save in No Man's Sky is weirdly unclear at first, but actually it's a pretty simple one to do.
Base building in No Man's Sky has been around for a little while now, but it's received another refersh with the big release of No Man's Sky's NEXT update, changing how the whole thing works significantly.
No Man's Sky multiplayer is finally here, about two years after the game launched, but exactly how multiplayer works in he game is still a little bit up in the air.
Repairing your ship is the first thing you'll have to worry about in No Man's Sky, and soon enough you're going to be tasked with finding items like a Hermetic Seal, Pure Ferrite, Navigation Data, a Signal Booster and more.
Money is tight in No Man's Sky. You've got ships to buy, new Exosuit expansions to pay for - not to mention a hungry pet that needs feeding. Okay, well you can feed your pet with some random plantlife you find nearby, but the point remains: if you want to do well in No Man's Sky, you're going to need to earn some cash.
Atlas Pass v1, plus the Atlas Pass v2 and Atlas Pass v3, are three hard-to-track-down items that you're soon going to be hunting in No Man's Sky, especially if you're the curious sort who wants to go poking around behind those closed doors in Space Stations.
Inventory space is at a real premium in No Man's Sky, even if you aren't tormented by the same hoarding demons that plague our own journey across the galaxy here.
Freighters and Frigates in No Man's Sky have been reworked - or in the case of Frigates, added for the first time - in the big NEXT update of summer 2018.
Antimatter is very quickly going to become one of the most desired items of your playtime in No Man's Sky, starting a little after discovering plans for your first Hyperdrive and its required Warp Cells.
No Man's Sky NEXT is finally here, and it's brought a range of changes with it.
Now the update's out in the wild, here's our new No Man's Sky guide hub, along with a selection of our NEXT tips and a quick rundown of everything new in No Man's Sky Next on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
No Man's Sky NEXT update differences and changes - what's new in the NEXT Update?
Chances are, if you're going for No Man's Sky's Platinum Trophy - or even if you've just blasted off into space for the first time - you'll be at least somewhat familiar with the concept of Journey Milestones in No Man's Sky.
The centre of the galaxy is quite literally your central goal in No Man's Sky: your raison d'Ítre, the affirmative solution to your crushing existential woes, and for some an absolute crushing disappointment.
Chromatic Metal is one of the first properly awkward-to-find resources you'll find yourself needing in the No Man's Sky NEXT update.
Note: This exploit is now out of date, but for posterity's sake, or if you're playing on a totally unpatched version of the game, here's the original article...
Note: As of the big NEXT update of summer 2018, this page is now somewhat out of date. If you're playing an unupdated version of the game from way back at launch it still applies of course, but otherwise we'll be leaving it up for posterity's sake, and as a reference for anyone looking back fondly, to a simpler time...