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author: Damian Gacek

NMS Interceptor Update - Corrupted Planets Explained

In this guide we will tell you everything about Corrupted worlds in No Man’s Sky. Read this article to learn more about Interceptor update.

Unexpectedly, the update to No Man’s Sky was published today. It is called Interceptor. It is quite a big one, which adds more enemies, new starships and many more changes. if you have taken a break from the game, now is a good time to get back to it. One of a very exciting changes in NMS is a new corrupted world. In this guide we will talk abut it.

Corrupted Worlds in NMS

Corrupted worlds are quite a novelty in No Man’s Sky. They were created in the place of some planets that previously had generated extreme Sentinels. The have unique visual effect, so you should go there to check this out – especially if there was superheated rainstorm on the planet (before the change). You will see a new, strange storm in its place.

However, corrupted worlds are not only about visuals. You will be able to discover many secrets. There are new buildings on these worlds. Those abandoned encampments are a key to get new starship. We write about it more here. There are also new resources on corrupted planets. Because of that, new refiner recipes have been added to NMS.

During travels, you have to watch out because corrupted worlds spawn unique planetary Sentinel forces. However, people who decide to battle them will get new player titles.

There are also new missions available at the Nexus. Their objective is to destroy special machinery found on corrupted worlds.

Read more:

  1. Do you want to learn more about the game? Read our Guide.
  2. How to Unlock Utopia Speeder in NMS
  3. How to Start the Utopia Expedition in NMS

Damian Gacek

Damian Gacek

Graduate of English Philology and English in Public Communication. He started his professional career as an English teacher. A member of Gamepressure since 2019. During this time, he has been writing for various departments. Currently, he mainly covers guides and occasionally supports the newsroom. He has been interested in electronic entertainment since childhood. When he was younger, he wrote a scientific article on video game translations. An enthusiast of RPGs and strategies, he also frequently dives into the depths of indie games. In his spare time, he is working on a book and learning film editing.


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