No Man's Sky works great on Linux desktop and Steam Deck with Proton and now I need to jump back in because the Interceptor update sounds great. Update: a small patch went up in version 4.20.1 shortly after, to fix issues on Steam Deck.
Some of what's in the update includes: the new procedurally generated Sentinel Interceptor ships you can salvage to add to your collection, corrupted planets to visit full of strange things to discover, VR interface improvements, system authority ships now get procedurally generated, multiple new special corrupted enemies to fight, some enemies can now use cloaking, a new type of jet-pack, new ship components, Sentinel quadruped combat units got a big scary overhaul, new multi-tools, new sentinel capital ship battles and the list goes on…
Continuing their big free upgrades, Hello Games impresses once again. It's no surprise that it's one of the most played games on Steam Deck.
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