When No Man\u2019s Sky was launched, players all over the world were filled with high expectations only to be disappointed after playing the game. Hello Games, the creator of No Man\u2019s Sky overpromised then. It\u2019s been three years since the game was launched and now it rolled out its latest update -- Beyond.\r\n\r\nOn August 14, the creator launched the Beyond update that is gaining good reviews. It may seem like finally, they delivered.\r\n\r\nThe Beyond update is the largest update Hello Games has rolled out for No Man\u2019s Sky. In fact, they refer to it is as the \u201cnext evolution\u201d of the game.\r\n\r\n\r\nVR Features & Other Major Changes\r\nThe update brings forth a myriad of new features, new creatures to meet, and exciting gaming interface to enjoy.\r\n\r\nBeyond is \u201cthe culmination of 12 months of work on what was originally going to be 3 large separate updates,\u201d an excerpt from the No Man\u2019s Sky website.\r\n\r\nNo Man\u2019s Sky Beyond now brings VR support. Players can now play the game in VR, PC, or PSVR. The menus have also been modified for the VR. In fact, players can physically reach out and grab items with a VR controller.\r\n\r\nThere are a lot of control schemes and new UI screens as well. These new features enable VR players to join non-VR players with no restrictions.\r\nMultiplayer functionality\r\nAnother one of the biggest features of the game is that it now has better multiplayer functionality. Unlike the older version, players may now fully see character models when you run into other players while exploring the universe.\r\n\r\nPlayers can also use the Voice & Networking interface to group up with other players of up to 8 on consoles and up to 32 on PC.\r\n\r\nAside from that, players can control the game using wands, knuckles, Oculus Touch, Playstation Move, and DualShock 4.\r\n\r\nIf you\u2019re up for some social time, you can now head on over to the new social hub of No Man\u2019s Sky \u2014 the Nexus. It can accommodate up to 32 players at once. You'll get a chance to interact with them, check out their ships, visit their bases, and you can even go on missions together.\r\n\r\nThere\u2019s never a dull time now in No Man\u2019s Sky, especially thanks to this latest update.\r\n\r\n \r\nExciting Minor Updates\r\nAside from these big changes, there are small changes as well that are making No Man\u2019s Sky players very happy these days. First of all, players can now sit on chairs. That\u2019s kind of a big thing here, actually.\r\n\r\nSecond, it's interesting to discover different types of flora and fauna throughout the universe. Now, with the expansion on the Discovery Page, players can view their discoveries in greater details.\r\n\r\nThird, there\u2019s so much time spent in the personal starship and there\u2019s really nothing to look at when you\u2019re inside. Now as part of the Beyond update, the cockpits have been redesigned that looks even more enticing. Not to mention, the additional 360-degree view feature is ideal for VR play mode.\r\n\r\nPlayers who get so much thrill out of building bases will appreciate even more No Man\u2019s Sky latest update. Building bases now give players a new camera perspective that delivers visual cues for snapshots. Players can also the jetpack.\r\n\r\nIf you ever find yourself lost in the game and thinking of what to do next, you don\u2019t have to worry about it anymore. The Beyond update promises to bring new technology trees that provide a clearer visual representation of how to unlock new recipes and items.\r\n\r\nExisting players may find the new features subtle but noticeable while new players will find that the update will get them to speed quickly.\u00a0Nevertheless, the Beyond update comes loaded with features that change how the game works\u2026 for the better.\r\n\r\n\r\nTakeaways\r\nThe Beyond update is a wonderful refresher to No Man\u2019s Sky. Despite the past years that it received (quite) terrible feedback, Hello Games is now getting back on track to deliver a better gaming experience to No Man\u2019s Sky fans.\r\n\r\nNow, No Man\u2019s Sky has become exactly what it\u2019s supposed to be three years ago. And looks like Sean Murray has no plans on slowing down as potential updates may be coming up soon for the game.\r\n\r\nGet your hands-on on No Man's Sky \u2014 Beyond on PS4, and Xbox One now!