‘No Man’s Sky’ Latest News & Update: Space Simulation Game Receives Lowest Rating, Most Negative Reviews On Steam! Hello Games Under Investigation?
"No Man's Sky" has been breaking records today, but unfortunately, it is not the good ones. A lot of game aficionados are complaining that the space simulation title didn't reach their expectations build by its developer Hello Games and creator Sean Murray's overstated marketing.
'No Man's Sky' Received The Lowest Rating & Most Negative Review On Steam
According to VG247, "No Man's Sky" has the biggest number of players deteriorate that Steam has ever recorded for quite awhile. It also received the lowest user ratings on the said platform in contrast of how it was so hyped before it was released. Based on the figures of the digital distribution site, the game only has 12 percent of positive reviews received from the last 30 days, with a total of 32 percent good appraisal out of 100.
Steam also noted that "No Man's Sky" has overall 71,656 mostly negative reviews while the 5,548 from it are "overwhelmingly negative," as of this writing. The title, too, caught the attention of U.K.'s consumer protection agency for hearing a lot of complaints about Hello Games' false advertising. Unfortunately, the video game developer and Sean Murray are keeping their silence about their exaggerated promotion.
Hello Games Under Investigation For False Advertising
Meanwhile, it looks like the game aficionados' disappointment for "No Man's Sky" has been pushed to limit as Hello Games is now being investigated by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), Daily Express reported. Some players that bought the title took their troubles to the ASA complaining the "promotional materials" used and publicized by the game developer.
As fans are still waiting for some update concerning the current issue, audio chief for "No Man's Sky" revealed that they are not bound to talk about it yet. "I'm afraid I have nothing useful to say. It's entirely up to Hello or Sean as to when they want to talk publicly," he said. Hence, they only asked Hello Games and Sean Murray's situation in spite of everything that is happening. "Sean is fine and we're all busy on the next patch."