'No Man's Sky' Update: Sean Murray In Crisis; Ubisoft, Bethesda Softworks On Race To Buy Out Hello Games; Gamers Distrust Unstoppable?
Recent news and updates for "No Man's Sky" are not boding well. Claims have surfaced that Sean Murray and his epic game creation are on the rocks. Rumors of a buyout between Ubisoft and Bethesda Softworks are on the rise.
With the discomfort and complaints set for by gamers, many are wondering on how "No Man's Sky" would fare in the latter days. With the issues on the rise, some are insinuating that the game segment created by Sean Murray and Hello Games are now under a great challenge that must be overcome.
As the rumors continue to surge that the gamers distrust is now unstoppable, the buyout is one of the options that gaming enthusiasts are considering. If titan game developers step in, "No Man's Sky" might probably have the chance to redeem itself.
— Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) August 12, 2016
Meanwhile, a former report from GamenGuide shared that "No Man's Sky" users now wants their money back since the game has failed to deliver. According to the report, 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 so some gamers have reported of some flaws while playing the game.
No Man's Sky PC release today. It's coming... pic.twitter.com/b8vE7JYzty — Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) August 12, 2016
Moreover, Sean Murray and Hello Games are tagged by the same post wherein 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."
For the gaming enthusiasts, all of the rumors pertaining to the "No Man's Sky" game has been debunked and none of the claims entangling Sean Murray and Hello Games have been proven and verified.