The other day, Apple announced their new Apple Arcade gaming service that will be launching later this year. Now according to some speculation, it seems that one of the games that could be part of the new gaming service could be No Man’s Sky, the somewhat controversial indie game that launched a while ago.
No Man’s Sky developers have continued to send out updates for the game to make improvements after many felt that the title hadn’t lived up to its hype. The updates have brought significant improvements to the game with the last major one coming in August 2018. Developer Hello Games has now revealed that it has been working on an online mode for the title which will arrive for free this […]
Some of you may remember No Man’s Sky as a console exclusive for the PlayStation 4. The game has been limited to Sony’s gaming platform for nearly two years. It was confirmed by developer Hello Games earlier this year that the game would eventually be released for the Xbox One as well. This became true earlier this week when No Man’s Sky was finally released for the Xbox One.
A couple of months ago it was confirmed that No Man’s Sky would be headed to the Xbox One, but no specific date was provided at that time. However according to a previous leak in which the game was spotted listed on Amazon Italy, it suggested that the game could be released on the 29th of June.
Just last month it was confirmed that No Man’s Sky would be heading onto the Xbox One. The game was initially released back in 2016 for the PC and PS4 and we’re sure that there are some Xbox One gamers who are probably looking forward to its release. There was no mention of a release date, but now there might be.
No Man’s Sky was originally released for the PlayStation 4 and Windows PC but it has now been confirmed that this title is headed to the Xbox One as well. Hello Games, the UK-based indie team behind this title, has confirmed that No Man’s Sky and its upcoming major feature updated titled Next will be released for the Xbox One soon. There’s even going to be a version of this […]
As far as indie games were concerned, Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky was considered its darling ever since it was first revealed. The hype was indeed very real as many gamers eagerly anticipated the game, but unfortunately a rocky launch and negative reviews led to quite a bit of controversy.
As far as indie games are concerned, No Man’s Sky was one of the scene’s darlings ever since it was first announced. Unfortunately the release of the game has been less than stellar, and despite its lofty goals and promises, players seem to have completed the game in a pretty short amount of time.
Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky was one of the most highly anticipated indie games of the year. It has been in development for the past few years and it boasted some pretty epic gameplay. However its launch has fallen a bit short of expectations, with gamers plowing through the game a lot faster than many had thought.
The much awaited No Man’s Sky PC patch has been released now. The studio has also confirmed that a patch for PlayStation 4 has also been submitted and that it’s going to be released very soon. Players had complained of some minor issues with the title particularly on PC so hopefully this patch is going to take care of all of then both on PC and on PlayStation 4. The […]
Last week during an interview with Red Bull, Hello Games’ Sean Murray stated that he wanted to make future content on No Man’s Sky free. “We do want to add a ton of features, like we’ve just discussed: Freighters, bases, these type of things. But we want to do it for free. You’ve paid for the game, so you should get this stuff without paying even more money. So no, […]
No Man’s Sky was released on the PS4 without too much issue. It was its PC release that seemed to be plagued with all kinds of technical issues, ranging from the game crashing, to stuttering, framerate drops, and whatnot. Last we heard, the developers were working on a patch that will hopefully address those issues.
A couple of days ago, we reported that during an interview, Hello Games’ Sean Murray was asked if the game would be arriving on the Xbox One. Based on Murray’s answer, or lackthereof, and also the response of the Sony rep that was with him, it sounded like the game arriving on the Xbox One was a possibility, albeit a faint one.
Several days ago, No Man’s Sky for the PC was released but unfortunately it was not off to a great start. Many gamers were reporting various problems plaguing the PC version of the game, including stuttering and crashing. The good news is that Hello Games are aware of these issues and it looks like a patch is in the works.