'No Man's Sky' News and Update: Developer Hello Games To Work On PS4 Update

By Arah TJ , Updated Nov 15, 2016 11:56 AM EST

A new report suggests that "No Man's Sky" developer Hello Games is working hard on an update for the Playstation 4, and as well as the PC exploration game.

Season Murray and the rest of Hello Games team have become silent about the series of complaints about "No Man's Sky." However, there is a news that suggests the Space Survival game would have bigger updates soon, according to Express UK. This was revealed by Sony's Shawn Layden during his appearance at "Live with YouTube Gaming".

During the show, Layden revealed that Murray and his team had an incredible vision for "No Man's Sky". He added that the team will add something to the game that has never been done before.

In a previous report, Murray said "that base building was on the cards." The source said that there is a possibility that gamers could see an update to the multiplayer component.

Although there are positive reports about Murray's "No Man's Sky," there are rumors that suggest that this space adventure game is facing major problems. Aside from that, some rumors claim that there will be a buyout between Ubisoft and Bethesda, according to the previous report of GamenGuide.

Meanwhile, "The Last Guardian" creator Fumito Ueda shared his thoughts about "No Man's Sky," and what he has learned. Ueda told Engadget, "Obviously there's a level of expectation, and it's really down to each and every person's level of expectation and imagination that they've created based on what they've seen."

He added that he is trying not to think about the pressure. He said that pressure is not always negative because it keeps people motivated because of the expectations that people put on their next game.

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