One No Man’s Sky participant has made a standalone app that allows you to assemble bases by transferring, snapping collectively, and colouring components prepared to fit straight into the sport. Technical artist Charlie Banks has popped the base-building app up on NexusMods, and has used it to create a large robotic that appears a bit of just like the Iron Big squatting down. Banks compares the base-building app’s simplicity to Oskar Stålberg’s procedurally generated hamlet-crafter Townscaper, though it appears a bit extra sophisticated than that sport.
The bottom-building app helps each importing and exporting, so you may fiddle along with your present No Man’s Sky bases in addition to knocking collectively some artistic new ones. My favorite instance that Banks provides is a humongous Christmas tree, full with lights, proper slap bang in the course of a hillside base. I don’t are inclined to get into the spirit this early often, however seeing that did make me bear in mind to get on with the festive purchasing. The app appears to have caught the eye of Hiya Video games’ Sean Murray, too.
Banks’ base-building app is a standalone spin-off of earlier work creating an identical plugin for 3D modelling software Blender. It lets you choose what components you need from an asset browser and slot them into your under-construction base of selection. All you want past it’s a No Man’s Sky save editor and, erm, the sport. Banks says to count on some bugs because the mod continues to be comparatively new, and that presets and energy administration aren’t included simply but. You possibly can check out Banks’ base-builder app in motion beneath:
Time for one thing new – introducing a brand new method to construct bases in #NoMansSky …
⚒️ Standalone app
🌇 Townscaper-ish, with enjoyable methods to maneuver, snap and color base components
🚀 Easy, focussed, and made purposefully for NMS.
🔁 Import/Export into the sport@NoMansSky @hellogames pic.twitter.com/leG2lRHbQ3
— Charlie Banks (@charliebanks) November 21, 2022
No Man’s Sky is on Steam, GOG, and the Microsoft Retailer for £40/$60/€55. PC Sport Go subscribers can obtain it by way of that. When you fancy constructing your individual base with Banks’ app then you could find it right here.