‘No Man’s Sky’ April Update Brings Pilotable Mechs to PSVR & SteamVR Headsets

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Ever since last year’s Beyond upgrade to No Man’s Sky, which to name a few things brought VR assistance to the stellar sandbox video game, there seems to be a steady stream of material still presenting from developers Hello Games. Now, gamers on all systems, consisting of PSVR and also COMPUTER VR, can pilot their really own bipedal mech.

Called the ‘Minotaur Heavy Exocraft Hybrid’, the mech offers gamers a brand-new way of checking out worlds as well as gathering sources.

Showing up with a jetpack, resistance to all global risks, upgradable mining lasers, as well as the capability to equip the Exocraft with photovoltaic panels to recharge their engines throughout daytime, the Minotaur certainly seems like something worth investigating an unlocking.

As an added perk, VR players get an immersive first-person, in-cockpit sight as well as to joysticks to control the mech’s activity.

This month’s Exo Mech upgrade adheres to February’s Living Ship update which offered the game bio-mechnical crafts that you can expand as well as fly your own home ship.