This game was originally blasted by critics and gamers alike when it was first released, due to poor marketing that promised much more than the game ended up delivering.
The No Man's Sky Beyond update is less than a week away, and the launch trailer for the game has already been released for those to see (via Eurogamer). No Man's Sky: Beyond officially launches next week on the 14th of August.
No Man's Sky Beyond aims to bring together a wide range of features in a cohesive whole, with virtual reality, extended online and hundreds of big and small changes.More news: Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 launch teaser out
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A disastrous launch back in Summer 2016 drew the ire of disgruntled fans as No Man's Sky fell short of expectations and was a shadow of the world on display during successive high profile E3 trailers. Have many of you returned to No Man's Sky since it first came out?
Depending on the platform, you will see 16-32 players in Nexus and you will also see them "in the wild" - this includes those playing the game in VR. And, let's not kid ourselves, it'll serve to show off your stuff to other players.
"Progression in No Man's Sky is so much more meaningful when you can share it with other explorers and so much more engaging when any creations or missions become shareable.", writes Murray. Endless space-faring adventures at home and on the go certainly make for an enticing prospect. As stated by Hello Games "This is an incredibly important update for us, but it's also just another step in a longer journey, and we'll continue to support No Man's Sky in this way for the foreseeable future".
"You can see all the ships, you can see their appearance and see their emotes, their weapons. that has a weird impact on the game".