When No Man's Sky launched in August 2016, many most players were disappointed with what Hello Games had delivered. No Man's Sky was playable, but it didn't look like what was shown in pre-release footage, and many of the promised features were severely lacking or missing entirely. Hello Games has stayed the course, though, and No Man's Sky is now heralded as one of the industry's biggest turnarounds.
No Man's Sky has released their latest major update to their space-faring multiplayer game, update 3.6 named Frontiers. The update itself brings a multitude of additions to No Man's Sky, including a massive overhaul to base building.
It's been five years since No Man's Sky launched to what could be considered a disastrous start to the ambitious, space-faring exploration game by Hello Games. Since then, though, it has morphed into one of the most beloved titles this past generation, and yesterday the team announced its nex major expansion and reflected on five years since launch.
For those of us playing Mass Effect Legendary Edition, the SSV Normandy SR1 is a sight to behold. But what if you want to keep the Normandy, but explore more of the unknown in No Man's Sky? Well, now you can.
No Man's Sky has been quietly improving its procedurally generated space exploration game since its initial launch in 2016, and today players have received yet another update. Expeditions, which focuses in how players can play together, launched today for No Man's Sky.
In its latest update, No Man's Sky developer Hello Games has added alien companions to the experience, letting players adopt their very own alien pet to accompany them on their journey.
As if No Man's Sky couldn't get any better, the team at Hello Games once again proves that, yes it can, with the introduction of update 3.10 that will be available for the next generation of consoles the Xbox Series X|S and the PS5. The update will bring the universe to life in ways console players have yet to experience.
No Man's Sky has released a humongous update titled, Origins, that has expanded the universe, added a ton of new worlds to explore, creatures to discover, and new weather effects to contend with. The landscapes have also diversified quite a bit, making the universe of No Man's Sky much more visually appealing.
No Man's Sky has definitely recovered from its launch just a few years ago, with the team pumping out update after update to improve the experience and bring it closer to the vision gamers were promised in 2016. Now, Sean Murray, the head of Hello Games is talking, albeit vaguely, about his team's next upcoming project in a new interview.
Hello Games has announced a new update for No Man's Sky, entitled Desolation. Fans that are familiar with No Man's Sky and the way they procedurally generate content will be happy to hear that Hello Games is keeping with that design decision with procedurally-generated freighters that players can find throughout the universe.