Meanwhile, the Xbox One version of No Man's Sky will include all the goodies featured in the Next update plus three other expansions: Foundation, Pathfinder, and Atlas Rises, as well as a bunch of smaller patches.
Previously, players in the game were not even able to see each other, let alone interact, though last year's Atlas Rises update rectified that by having each spacefarer represented by a odd, glowing orb.
It's still never quite shaken off the sense of disappointment from the initial launch but now it's finally getting one of the most requested features: proper multiplayer. Today, we're letting people know that you'll be able to play No Man's Sky as a full multiplayer experience with your friends in Next. In a recent blogpost, developer Hello Games' managing director Sean Murray said: "We called our upcoming update "Next", because it's an important next step on a longer journey for us and the community".
On this week's Inside Xbox broadcast it was confirmed that No Man's Sky will get an Xbox One release on July 24 in North America, and July 27 in Europe. State Of Decay 2 is a zombie apocalypse survival game with roleplaying elements and features Xbox One X enhancements such as 4K resolution and HDR.More news: YouTube To Launch New Music Streaming Service
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In fact, the forthcoming update to No Man's Sky is already in the works.
There is a new update available for the Xbox One and it brings it with some nice upgrades for gamers.
"This is [the] potential that everyone's always seen in No Man's Sky", Murray added. The update will also arrive for all existing players on PC and PlayStation 4 on the same day as well. Of course, this enables direct interactions such as combat, building bases with teammates to share as a kind of colony, and Hello are adding in the ability to create race tracks for you to race exocraft on.