After a remarkable silence ended on Thursday with the mysterious tweet No Man's Sky creator Sean Murray revealed another important free update. In progress. The new content is the first content since the Visions update last year, and this year will usher in a massive space exploration game.
The new content bundle name No Man's Sky "Beyond," links three different updates, although Murray currently only gives up one detail. What we know is Murray's so-called “no-go online sky”, which includes “aggressive new social and multiplayer gaming experiences that enable players from all over the world to meet and work together” and combine three separate updates. Go to a vision for more influential things. "
The short preview video didn't reveal much, but it showed a ship we had never seen before, it looked like a reimagined space station (it would be nice!) or some brand new The center of the game center.
Murray emphasized that multiplayer game updates will not increase the content of other major multiplayer games, such as microtransactions or subscriptions, and he has no intention of turning unmanned skies into MMOs. (However, if a lot of people play online together in a huge world, isn't it, is that an MMO?) The blog post states that the team will release more details about the other two major pieces of new content. The next few weeks.
"These changes are the answer to how we view people's performances after the release of NEXT, and what we have long dreamed of," Murray added.
No Man's Sky's team has been adding a lot of free content updates to the game after a very rude release in 2016 and its accompanying critical criticism. The development team's initial commitment to building the world's dedication has brought in "millions of millions of new players" and inspired a thriving online and in-game community .
According to his latest blog post the community will be happy to hear that Murray does not intend to leave the game soon.