Published On: Tue, Jul 11th, 2017

Waking Titan Search Hints during New No Man’s Sky Update 1.3

A new request that has flush as partial of a Waking Titan search, hints at a new arriving No Man’s Sky refurbish 1.3.

Waking Titan is a large-scale swap existence diversion that appears to be connected to Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky. Those participating in a Waking Titan hunt have now found an inner request on a website of a game.

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The two-page inner request mentions that Project Waking Titan will be finished subsequent month. Interestingly, a request is sealed by author S.M., that many substantially refers to No Man’s Sky creator Sean Murray. Those participating in a ‘search’ are thanked for their contribution, and S.M. promises that their feedback will be used in “version 1.3” of a informed universe, presumably referring to No Man’s Sky, that is now using on chronicle 1.2. Down next you’ll find a partial of a inner Waking Search document, sealed by S.M.:

Engineering Notes Alpha-2621

We wish to extend a thankfulness to everybody who has contributed to a Mercury subroutine so far. We wish we have enjoyed a successful placement of 180 Access IDs, and we wish we will also conclude a other engaging artifacts we have in store for we going forward. We intend to keep a routine alive until a execution of Project Waking Titan in August.

It is critical to discuss that we are really vehement by a entrance Phases 2 and 3. Input from a Mercury Subroutine will pave a approach toward new practice in chronicle 1.3 of a informed universe. We demeanour brazen to a successful end of this ground-breaking experiment.


No Man’s Sky was expelled for both PC and PS4 behind in Aug of 2016. In Mar of this year, Hello Games expelled a 1.2 Pathfinder refurbish for a game, that combined heavenly vehicles, bottom sharing, PS4 Pro support, ship/weapon specialization, permadeath mode, and most more.

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