'No Man's Sky' Prisms Update Brings DLSS, Visual Overhaul & Ridable Flying Pets – Road to VR

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    No Man’s Sky (2016) just received its ‘Prisms’ update on all supported platforms, which includes Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) on compatible NVIDIA GPUs, a bevy of visual changes, and more.

    Now available on console, PC, PC VR and PSVR headsets, Prisms is a fairly substantial update to the space-faring game that brings a number of changes that focus on immersion and visual quality. Yes, you can also ride your flying companion creatures now too.

    Developer Hello Games says that with the Prisms 3.5 update, No Man’s Sky “has never looked better, with reflections, new texture effects, more biome detail, improved lighting, new skies, new warp effects, creature fur, and a host more besides.”

    The studio also put out a video showing off all of Prisms’ features:

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    Here’s a look at some of the VR specific stuff, either included in this update or coming soon: