In No Man's sky, what happens when one reaches the center? anything significant?

  • The game is currently unreleased so there is only speculation. There's also a day one patch which changes a lot of things.
    – Riley
    Aug 8, 2016 at 14:45
  • indeed, I added the question with the thought that maybe someone knew. Is there a speculations cheat sheet available somewhere?
    – C_B
    Aug 8, 2016 at 14:53
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    I'd speculate that nobody would bother to collect a "speculations cheat sheet", because it'd be full of speculations. And nobody cares about speculations.
    – DJ Pirtu
    Aug 8, 2016 at 14:59
  • If you're looking for leaks you can find some here: reddit.com/r/NoMansSkyTheGame/comments/4w9sfw/…
    – Riley
    Aug 8, 2016 at 15:00
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    The game was also wiped for release day, so anything that people may have found before then has been lost, and potentially changed. Aug 8, 2016 at 15:03

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After a few cinematics you are sent into a new galaxy. Other than that, nothing really special shows up. The uploader goes into more detail here:

As far as I can tell, going to the center of the galaxy just takes you to a new galaxy. The new galaxy doesn't seem all that different from the first apart from there being more expensive ships to purchase. Example: near the center of the first universe, the most expensive ship I found cost 18 million. Galaxy 2's most expensive ship has been around 40 million. The Atlas path doesn't seem to have really done anything either apart from letting me see black holes super easy. Apart from that, I can't tell too much difference between taking the Atlas path and not taking the Atlas path. Again, I have no idea 100% whether or not I missed something or if there's another trigger for a different ending. This is just what I personally experienced.

The uploader's video:

  • A note regarding the quote: In the first Galaxy the most expensive ship I've seen so far was more than 70 million Units.
    – udondan
    Aug 21, 2016 at 18:13

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