No Man’s Sky Expedition 10: Singularity begins today

No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games today announced the launch of the next major community activity for the game: Expedition 10: Singularity. The Expedition is part two of a four-part story arc that relies heavily on narrative and offers players a wealth of new content to explore.

In No Man’s Sky Expedition 10: Singularity, players will explore a new story centered on the corruption added to the universe with the Interceptor update. They will travel across worlds, see new landmarks, fight major battles, and even build a construct to help them explore.

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Players can now jump into No Man’s Sky Expedition 10: Singularity

Following the recent release of the Mac version of No Man’s Sky, Sean Murray, founder of Hello Games, has been posting more emojis on Twitter, which he also does whenever a new No Man’s Sky update is on the way. Expedition 10: Singularity isn’t a big new update that adds loads of content to the universe. Instead, it’s a community adventure with objectives that players must complete to unlock lore and cosmetic rewards.

As explained in Patch notes for Expedition 10: Singularity, players begin this story in a Harmonic Camp, an abandoned place on a corrupt planet. Here, players will experience the story that began with the Interceptor update and explore why a corruption entered the universe and what it is doing to the Sentinels

The expedition promises to explore topics such as “artificial intelligence, the will to exist and the nature of what it means to be alive.” Players can also build their own Construct, a robotic device that reminds us of the machinations fans built in Tears of the Kingdom. Fans who complete each expedition objective can unlock a Construct cosmetic pack for their traveler, new posters, the Discordant Jetpack Trail, Livign base decorations, and more.

This update brings several stability fixes to No Man’s Sky on all platforms. It also marks what may be the largest expedition in the game’s history. Now that Mac users have also been added to the list of travelers to explore the universe, there could be more players than ever exploring the procedural universe in search of answers.

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