If we haven’t been tuned into No Man’s Sky news lately, there’s an alternate-reality diversion going on right now that seems to be heading to a new refurbish in August. It’s been going for a few weeks now, though currently a new, engaging proviso began. A puzzling website went live that allows we to form in commands, and it gives glimpses of some of No Man’s Sky’s lore.
If we go to the Waking Titan site, you’ll be greeted with a authority line. From here, we can play around with opposite commands and see what comes up. Typing in “Whatis Atlas,” for instance, brings adult a brief poem about a game’s murky Atlas organization. You can also form in “ship” to see a portrayal of a booster that has seemed elsewhere in a ARG.
Things get unequivocally engaging if we form “List Commands.” This’ll uncover we a brief preference of opposite commands and files that exist; we can enter “Start Atlas.init” and “Start CSD.init,” for instance, and see that a website is watchful for some arrange of submit before progressing. “Citizen scholarship protocols installed prepared for live exam submit seed to continue,” it reads.
If you’re meddlesome in reading some-more about a ARG and a efforts to solve it, check out the No Man’s Sky subreddit thread on it here. There’s no word nonetheless on what a Aug refurbish competence include; developer Hello Games has been tight-lipped about a diversion given a prior refurbish in March. The Waking Titan website indeed is a bit self-referential: if we form “Hello Games,” you’ll get “Process Hibernating” in return.
Assuming that a teased refurbish is a vital calm patch, it’ll be a third such refurbish given No Man’s Sky’s recover final year. The first, called a Foundation Update, combined base-building and frigates, while the second combined land vehicles.