‘No Man's Sky’ Update: Sean Murray, Hello Games Failed To Deliver; Glitches Spawned Gamers Distrust; Enraged Users Wants Their Money Back?

By Danae Parker , Updated Nov 13, 2016 01:51 AM EST
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The world has waited for "No Man's Sky" to be released into the market and now that it was out months ago, glitches and flawed specs and features have spawned gamers discomfort and negative demands.

There are claims arising that Hello Games and Sean Murray was not able to fully deliver what it promised to the gamers before "No Man's Sky" was released. Some gamers have reported of some flaws while playing the game. Some are even rumored to demand their money back since the game was not what the developers promised.

Meanwhile, Sean Murray and Hello Games are tagged in a report from GamenGuide. According to the report, the action-adventure survival video game "No Man's Sky" has become pale for active players who are looking for a real gaming experience because of being too shallow which is why its developer Hello Games felt the need to work hard on an update for "No Man's Sky."

Developer Hello Games has seemed to be inactive after it has provided a couple of post-launch patches to "No Man's Sky" and Hello Games is actually working on big updates to come out soon, as noted by the same report.

Despite the measures taken by Hello Games and Sean Murray to revive and boost the game's presence, "No Man's Sky" is barely holding out on its own.  With the glitches and flaws detected, it was not enough to sway the team from Hello Games to ensure that the updates would overcome the negativity that has dominated the game and its platform.

Shortcomings and loopholes are among the core reasons that gamers have observed while playing "No Man's Sky." Despite the rumored tensions and complaints, there are no details supporting that fans are enraged and demanded their money back.

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