'No Man's Sky' Latest News & Update: Hello Games' Title Slowly Falling? Sean Murray Busy with Next Patch

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Oct 12, 2016 11:55 AM EDT
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"No Man's Sky" has started to sink quite lower as of late, starting with the negative feedback from the fans. That being said, whatever is happening now, Hello Games assures that it will be for the betterment of the game.

The past marketing of the game has disclosed that there will be more to "No Man's Sky" than what the world has seen. Despite the 18 quintillion-planet promise and millions of creatures to unveil, there may still be more for the game to accomplish-and that could be what the team behind it has finally revealed.

PlayStation Lifestyle reported that Hello Games is apparently heavily booked on more content for "No Man's Sky" with the release on an undisclosed time for now. The same, however, cannot be said for the founder, Sean Murray, who as of the moment may be missing in action. Fans can rest assured that Murray is doing well despite all the dark feedback in which the gaming world has thrown at "No Man's Sky." Some justifiable Reddit posts have said so, and Murray is busy with the team as a patch is in the works.

"No Man's Sky" tragically underwent some complaints regarding the false advertising of its features via their marketing, in which some legal action might surface not long from now. Peculiar actions are not new to the followers of the title and Hello Games, since Murray has not tweeted anything in over two months-but the defense from Audio Chief Paul Weir says that fans must fret not, VG 24/7 reported.

Many cases have surrounded "No Man's Sky" for the past number of months, but the mass of fans that tolerate what the game offers is still untouched. By that, further news are still bound to wash ashore if matters begin to shine brighter for the space exploration game.

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