'No Man's Sky' Latest, News & Updates: Hello Games Developer Promises More Bug Fixes Soon; Title Still Filled With Errors?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Aug 18, 2016 02:09 PM EDT
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"No Man's Sky" may have been successful during its first run. This, however, does not certify that the game is free of lapses and flaws.

Hello Games' space exploration title "No Man's Sky" is all but perfect, and the development team itself has spoken on what the next move will be. Players that expect the change to come forth have already spoken their side on the feats that bothered the gaming experience, with a straight response to the issue.

According to International Business Times, Hello Games and "No Man's Sky" Founder Sean Murray announced that the patch for the game is now on its testing phase. However, the players that were asked to do a quick test on the update did not resolve the problems completely.

As a sense of correction, Murray delivered that Hello Games is testing more fixes to address the issues. The bug fix is expected to move forward soon enough, though no exact date has been announced.

As per The Bit Bag, the patch will cover both the PC and the PlayStation 4 platforms respectively. The updates for "No Man's Sky" are expected to come within the week, and another batch to arrive next week for the awaiting players.

In other news, "No Man's Sky" announced that over 10 million wildlife species has been discovered for the said title. The said count is only an initial tallying, as the rest of the worlds are yet to be explored.

Will the bugs end for "No Man's Sky?" Or will the players continue to endure the flaws of the procedure-generated title? Stay posted for more gaming news.

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