A BIG No Man’s Sky update could be announced by Hello Games’ founder Sean Murray later in October.
The game has come in for widespread criticism from fans who were expecting more features to be included in the launch version released in August.
The backlash has gone as far as to include
When you see No Man’s Sky trending these days, it’s almost certainly not going to be good news, and that’s the case this week as the game is being investigated for claims of false advertising by the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority.
I’m not going to dive into another debate about how
No Man's Sky was poised to be one of the biggest releases of the year.
Instead, the game disappointed the majority of players when it released in August. More than a few players felt misled and lied to after numerous features said to be in the game were nowhere to be found
For the hardcore fans of No Man's Sky, this is definitely a sad day to live. Their Sean Murray, founder of the promising (well, not really now) studio Hello Games, is in serious crisis. From refund processes to huge player pool decline, and now, the ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) investigation
No Man's Sky’s promotional material has come under fire since launch, and it’s now the subject of an ongoing investigation. The U.K.-based Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) confirmed that it’s received "several complaints about No Man’s Sky’s advertising," which angry customers have criticized as misleading.
"I can confirm we have received several
Hello Games is expected to roll out a new update soon, a patch that can hopefully restore order to the faltering fortunes of “No Man’s Sky”. But the question is really more on the percentage it can address and if this would be enough to rekindle player interest.
Player interest for
HELLO GAMES returns to Twitter to remind fans what's changed in No Man's Sky, where to find patch notes and what to expect in the future.
No Man's Sky developer Hello Games returned to Twitter recently, pointing fans to an older blog post that outlines some of the changes that have
Recent instalment of "No Man's Sky" was designed to address the issue of piling operation. Players were suggesting having all items as stackable due to game's poor index space. Gamers can still be able to preserve their bundles even the game has been updated to 1.09. But the power to
Hotly anticipated sci-fi game No Man's Sky ended up being one of the year's biggest disappointments. The most obvious and glaring reason for this was the lack of features and content that were promised by Hello Games founder Sean Murray but did not make it into the game when it shipped.
NO MAN'S SKY developer Hello Games has just released patch 1.09, and is now hard at work on the first content update - details of which have been revealed by the game's audio director.
No Man's Sky developer Hello Games has revealed new details about the game's first actual content update.