Tuesday, 28 Sep 2021

No Man’s Sky Players Recreate Mustafar and Mordor In The Game

Sci-fi and fantasy stories have plenty of iconic locations set in volcanic hellscapes, and No Man’s Sky is no different. It should be no surprise, then, to see that No Man’s Sky players have taken to recreating Star Wars’ Mustafar and The Lord of the Rings’ Mordor in-game.

The No Man’s Sky Origins update brought all kinds of new life and variety to the game’s galaxies. Prior to the update, there were only a handful of plants and animals on each world. Now, however, even the most desolate and ostensibly uninteresting moon contains intriguing secrets capable of drawing all manner of cosmic adventurers in.

Volcanic worlds are no different. These hellish landscapes have become somewhat of an attraction for advanced players who are looking for something more challenging to do with their builds.  Six builders on the PS4, calling themselves the “Pan Galactic Build Federation,” got together on one of these planets and built six incredible bases — including a stunning recreation of Barad Dûr, The Eye of Sauron.

One of the best bits about No Man’s Sky is that you are only limited by your own imagination. Some players take this to the next level, building lengthy racecourses atop active volcanoes — other, more courageous adventures actually construct their bases above these fiery pits of doom. At least they don’t have to pay for central heating.

These areas aren’t for the faint of heart, though, as extreme weather can kill you in just a few seconds. The terrain is rough and there is a lot of not-so-nice lava to avoid, so building in these areas demands patience and skill. The builders who worked on the six spires, for example, had to work together to bring their vision to life.

So, if you think you have the skill and ability to build and live on one of these worlds, we recommend you take the opportunity to do just that. Work together and bring the volcanic hellscapes of The Lord of the Rings and Star Wars to life in No Man’s Sky. Otherwise, there are thousands of other paradise worlds to explore that are equally impressive — albeit potentially less lethal.

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