Ekona wrote:PC, it's not on Xbone. 60fps ftw!
It's actually quite an ugly game, so no real need for big power hardware either way. Sound is a bit gash too, but it's eminently playable regardless. It does desperately need a better tutorial too, as the current one just isn't acceptable at all: I accept its supposed to be a game of exploration, but it looks like I might've missed the bit guiding you to the Atlas key blueprint
Spoiler/NSFW: (click to reveal/hide)When you get to the 10th Atlas station you hand over your 10 stones (you did keep them all, right?) and create a new star system at the edge of the universe. Or at least that's what you're told. There's no obvious way to verify this.
And that's the end of the quest. As a reward, you get a black hole locator in your galactic viewer to help you get to the centre a bit quicker (because that was always the main objective).
Sold some of your stones? Bad luck, there are no more Atlas stations from this point forwards. You could try buying them from trade terminals for ridiculous money, but navigating back to that 10th station is going to be nearly impossible now. The good news is you get the black hole locator whether you birth a star system or not, so fuck it - you may as well sell your stones and free up your inventory.
Spoiler/NSFW: (click to reveal/hide).. the game essentially resets and you're dumped to the edge of a "new" galaxy with no items and all your ship, multitool and exosuit upgrades broken. Circle of life etc.
Spoiler/NSFW: (click to reveal/hide)nooooooooo I sold my stones
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