No Man’s Sky Releases its 19th Update, New Outlaw Stations

> No Man’s Sky Releases its 19th Update, New Outlaw Stations

No Man's Sky is becoming more popular and larger than ever before with the release of its 19th update, which includes a complete overhaul of the combat system and numerous improvements. Outlaw Stations, where players can smuggle cargo and conduct raids, are also included in the update.

In the Outlaw Stations, players can become renegades and smuggle their way to victory, or they can fight against them and try to put an end to their heinous actions. Solar Starships are also new additions which can help players with their objectives during the raids. Here is the trailer below.

No Man's Sky Outlaws Trailer

Here are the full patch notes of the new update:

Outlaw Stations

Outlaw systems are dangerous, lawless places, with frequent conflict. But this all represents an opportunity for players with an eye for raiding passing starships.

A new series of missions lead players towards these new pockets of rebellion, and once there they’ll find a specialist bounty master with brand new pirate missions; black-market technology merchants with a range of suspicious upgrades; and a chance to acquire valuable goods illegal elsewhere in the galaxy. Piracy-minded players can also acquire a forged passport that will allow them to reset any reputational damage caused by their activities.

Solar Starship

No Man’s Sky’s first new starship since the start of 2020 is a high-tech, sophisticated flier. With unique solar-powered sail and engine technology, this is the vessel of choice for those looking to speed between the stars. Though all the solar ships share the sail philosophy, there is considerable variety across the class. Ship hunters can look forward to scouring the galaxy for the perfect combination to match their existing fleet.


Illegal goods purchased in outlaw systems can be smuggled into regulated space, where they can be sold for a significant profit. But with the smuggler’s life comes danger – the Sentinels are now on the lookout for contraband, and discovery is only a cargo probe away.

Cargo Inventories

All players – not just the smugglers – will benefit from the addition of specialist cargo inventories to all starships. These high-capacity slots can store large quantities of cargo, and storage-hungry players can unlock extra slots from the ship upgrade terminal found on all space stations.


Players can now recruit and upgrade their own personal squadron of wingmen to assist them in ship-to-ship combat! Once a squadron bay has been installed on your capital ship, NPC ships can be recruited by speaking to their pilots. Each pilot comes with their own abilities and can be upgraded over time to improve the combat ability.

Space Combat

Space combat has been rebalanced for speed and excitement. Handling has been improved; weapons have new visual effects; enemy starships have shields; and depth has been added to weapon selection with a variety of specialist secondary effects, such as slowing enemy engines or disabling shield systems.

Ship-to-ship combat can now occur within a planet’s atmosphere – watch out for pirate raids upon planetary buildings, as successfully defending an outpost or settlement offers a health reward!