Hello Games is ready to deploy the ‘Visions’ update to No Man’s Sky on Thursday, November 22nd. Visions is a free update that includes tons of new content for travellers everywhere. Some of the new content includes: new worlds – “the variety and diversity of planet surfaces has been greatly improved” mysterious artifacts can be found, collected and displayed strange new creatures, including some never-before-seen ones, are now present predatory fauna has been added that can “masquerade as ordinary minerals” and more deadly flora now exists more reasons to explore to take part in archaeology, salvaging and treasure seeking “new shades of sky grass and water” make more unique worlds weather effects Global Community Missions For more information, please click here. … [Read more...] about No Man’s Sky: ‘Visions’ Update Coming Soon!
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Sean Murray sent out a tweet over this past weekend that invites the community to "help us shape the future of No Man's Sky". As part of the initiative, fans and players can head to a special site called "No Man's Sky Explorer Feedback" and enter their suggestions of what they would like to see come to the game in the future. As an essential part of the No Man's Sky journey, we are reaching out to discover more about what the community is most interested in seeing in the future of the game. Thank you so much *As a thank you, five participants will be chosen at random and given a prize. Interested? If so, you can head to the No Man's Sky / Hello Games feedback site and get started. … [Read more...] about No Man’s Sky Devs Looking for Your Feedback to Shape the Future of the Game
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As you may have seen, No Man’s Sky is back in the spotlight thanks to this week’s massive NEXT multiplayer update. However, not all players are rejoicing. Specifically, those who own the game through GOG.com discovered that this version of the game won’t be activating its multiplayer mode until later this year due to the effort of bringing multiplayer online across several platforms. What could have been a huge player riot over this segregation and delay was deftly dealt with by GOG. The virtual games reseller announced that while Hello Games is not going to offer refunds due to the delay, GOG went ahead and authorized an unrestricted refund policy for anyone who wants it from now through July 29th. The company did this even though No Man’s Sky is two-years-old at this point. “Although Hello Games chose not to offer refunds over missing game content to our users and instead promised to bring the missing multiplayer content later this year, we … [Read more...] about GOG offers No Man’s Sky refunds after players discover that multiplayer won’t come for months yet
Can’t take the sky from No Man’s Sky. It’s built right into the name, see. You can take the game from Green Man Gaming for a cool $25, however, and that’s exactly what I did last night because that’s cheap, and I wanted it, and I want my kid to have a go at it too because it’s gonna blow his Spore-playing mind. As VG247 pointed out, I am not alone: SteamCharts is tracking a massive boost in concurrency since the NEXT launch yesterday, over 41,000 people playing. June’s peak, by comparison, was 2000-ish. (Launch was over 200,000, though.) Polygon called NEXT the “second coming” of the game. The @NoMansPics Twitter account has exploded with eyecandy. The NMS subreddit is filled with weepy gratitude, particularly from people thrilled to finally be playing with distant friends. Steam’s recent reviews have jumped up to “very positive,” but it doesn’t look as if the game will ever live down its overall … [Read more...] about No Man’s Sky’s concurrency is waaaaaaay up since the launch of NEXT