First Big Update for 'No Man's Sky' Almost Done According to Game Developer

By Staff Reporter , Updated Aug 04, 2016 08:04 AM EDT
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"No Man's Sky" is not yet launched, but game developer Hello Games recently tweeted that they are almost done with their first update. In a recent post by "No Man's Sky's" Sean Murray, he wrote "5am at Hello Games. Wrapping up a month of work on our first update. Lots of new features, balancing and content."

The announcement came amidst rumors that a leaked copy of "No Man's Sky" has already circulated online and that one Redditor claims, it already reached the Center of the intergalactic universe. The new update is a positive response to the leaked copy because it will bring some new updates; content in the game, something that will readily deem the leaked copy useless and outdated.

Players are assured that while they are hyped up on the upcoming release of "No Man's Sky," the developer has been working on their first expansion. True to their word, the "No Man's Sky" team is working on delivering the promise of new features and content to the game.

Gamers who were disheartened by the recent leaked copy shouldn't feel that way now as the new update will turn things around by delivering the latest ideas for "No Man's Sky" and the leaked copy? It will be a thing of the past.

The latest "No Man's Sky" update is seen to balance everything within the game including the contents that were leaked; if they true. Meantime, fans shouldn't read more about the apparent review of the leaked copy instead, look forward on the launching of "No Man's Sky" and the big update that will soon arrive.

The upcoming action-adventure survival video game will launched on the 9th of August on the PS4 and PC platforms. Are you excited to play "No Man's Sky" on your respective consoles? What can you say about the leaked copy and how did it affect your eagerness to buy the game? Don't miss the latest on "No Man's Sky" by reading on GamenGuide.com.

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