Be careful, you only have 10 days to unlock the ship and add it to your fleet.
The SSV Normandy SR-1, known as ‘Normandy’ by friends, is undoubtedly one of the most iconic ships in video games. We are talking, obviously, about the ship from the first Mass Effect, a saga that has returned to today with the launch of its Legendary Edition. And on the occasion of this return, No Man’s Sky wanted to pay tribute to the BioWare saga in a very special way. Yes, the Normandy is available in No Man’s Sky, and not only that: you can unlock it and add it to your fleet. Yes indeed, You only have until May 31 for it.
And it is about a special easter egg to celebrate the rerun of the trilogy. Via their website, Sean Murray says that “we are excited and honored that BioWare and EA have allowed us to pay tribute to them in this way. As big fans of this franchise, it is an emotional moment for fans of science fiction. In the same way that we have all rediscovered the incredible universe of Mass Effect with the premiere of its legendary edition, I still get chills every time I see to this iconic ship appear, and I love to see that many people share this reaction. “
How to unlock the Normandy in No Man’s Sky
Now, what many of you will want to know is how to unlock the Normandy in No Man’s Sky, and add it to your fleet forever before its event ends. To do this, you will have to complete the new “beachhead expedition”, in which you will find a mission called “anomalous research” in English. After completing its 5 phases, the Normandy will be added to your fleet, and you can send it to collect resources … or simply admire it in your inventory. Again, the expedition will only be available Until May 31.
Unfortunately, the Normandy from No Man’s Sky is not pilotable, but it is still a most striking (and unexpected) tribute by Hello games. We remind you that Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is now available on PS4, Xbox One and PC, with the three Action RPG adventures of the original trilogy, and with almost all its additional content and modes. If you want to know better what the return of Shepard and company offers, here is the analysis of Mass Effect: Legendary Edition.
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