A new update for 2016’s possibly most controversial video game, “No Man’s Sky,” is reportedly in the works. However, it isn’t clear if this update would be a minor patch or a major upgrade for the space exploration game.

Power Up Gaming reported Saturday that because the developer branch of the Steam version of the Hello Games title was updated this week, there is now a clear indication that another update is being developed as of late. The publication said the new “No Man’s Sky” update could simply be a minor patch given that the developer released bug fixes last month following the release of the Foundation Update.

The Foundation Update was an extensive upgrade for the action-adventure, for it came with a couple of new game modes and a couple of new features. The major update was released in December, so it may be unlikely for Hello Games to roll out another major patch this January. Still, there’s hope that the upcoming update is substantive.

Aside from the news that a new update is in the works, Power Up Gaming also wrote in a separate report that the “Explorer’s Edition” of the game has started to reach customers this week. The publication derived this report based off of several posts of customers who got their $150 collector’s edition bundle.

“No Man’s Sky: Explorer’s Edition” comprises a PC game code, a traveler pin, a hand-painted metal ship replica, an Atlas traveler’s log, a display diorama and Fisher Space pen. This collector’s edition bundle was created by iam8bit and was originally introduced to the gaming community in March of last year.

Early this week, iDigitalTimes reported that the pricey bundle was still nowhere to be found even though iam8bit already stated that shipping in the U.S. has started. “No Man’s Sky” was released in August 2016, so players who have preordered the “Explorer’s Edition” expected the bundle to arrive not long after. The fact that the items have just started to reach customers this week means the waiting period for the bundle lasted for almost half a year.