The vehicle that will be added to the game is likely the same dune buggy vehicle that was found in a previously released patch back in December of 2016.
Hello Games promised detailed patch notes when the update arrives, but did say the update is called Path Finder and includes a new vehicle for ground exploration in No Man's Sky. The update brings new vehicles that will aid home planet exploration.
According to studio founder Sean Murray, the Foundation Update for No Man's Sky was downloaded by a million players.
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Perhaps one of the most interesting parts is that the screen is made from plastic and that it is not very resistant to scratches. As far as we can tell, there's no way to do so using just the controller - as you would on the Xbox One or PlayStation 4.
In the same post that announced the Path Finder Update, Hello Games noted that it released several patches to fix problems reported by players after it launched the Foundation Update. Though the update may have hastened and enhanced the exploration of the game, it isn't enough to bring the disgruntled players back. As part of that, it added two new game modes, Creative and Survival.
The big addition with this update is a new vehicle which you can use to get around your home planet, a concept introduced in the previous Foundation update, a lot more easily. There are no further details regarding the Path Finder update and its release.
Since then, Hello Games has been relatively silent on the No Man's Sky development.
Since the release of the highly anticipated "No Man's Sky" back in August last year, players and critics alike gave the exploration game mixed reviews. It shows the path forward. It's encouraging to see the developers are still working on improving the game and listening to feedback.