'No Man's Sky' Release Date, News & Update: Players Can Create Bases, BUT Wait Until Bugs Are Patched! Creator Hints MAC Version Soon!
"No Man's Sky" game creator Sean Murray, who is also Hello Games' founder revealed that the players will be allowed to create bases and own gigantic space freighters during the launch day patch. Murray also confirmed that the new features will start rolling in, when the bugs have been patched.
"No Man's Sky" is reported to feature new free game updates as well as a possible Mac and Xbox One versions soon. Hello Games made this announcement through the developer's official blog site, confirming that a community and support management team have been hired to monitor the issues and feedback that was raised for the game, International Business Times reported.
According to reports, the players got bored with "No Man's Sky" because of the unavailability of game features as well as the discovery of bugs and glitches prior to if official release. As of now, Hello Games were able to launch four patch updates for the game and is also expected to come up with another one soon.
Meantime, Hello Games are also reported to expand the game beyond the PC and PS4 platforms, since there are speculations of a possible Mac and Xbox One version. Murray further stated that he would be glad to discuss the possibilities about the new and powerful console hardware, however, he was not allowed to reveal anything about the "No Man's Sky" in Xbox One version, Yibada reported.
In addition, Murray also confirmed about the plans to have "No Man's Sky" be procedurally created, which means additional powerful hardware may not necessarily mean a higher frame rate or upgraded textures. Also, a Mac version of the game is expected to come in 2017.
"No Man's Sky" players may install a Windows program on their Mac to play the game, but there are still speculations that a Mac version may soon come. "No Man's Sky" is now available for the PC and PS4 platforms. Watch "No Man's Sky" SURVIVE Video in PS4 here: