'No Man's Sky' Latest News & Update: Hello Games & Sean Murray Defended By 'Descendants of the Sun' Star Song Joong Ki
"No Man's Sky" was once acclaimed by the gamers, but the release of the game into the gaming industry has spawned negative perceptions for Hello Games and Sean Murray. Claims of the game franchise filled with glitches and flaws have dominated the segment for many days.
However, despite the rumors on the horizon, there are rumors coming out that "Descendants of the Sun" star Song Joong Ki defended Sean Murray and Hello Games. There are notions that Song Joong Ki is also a player of "No Man's Sky."
If ever it is true, the realization that the "Descendants of the Sun" star plays "No Man's Sky" is more than enough to once more propel the gaming franchise onto the pedestal. However, it seems that it is easier said than done because Song Joong Ki has not affirmed these rumors to be true.
For one, there are no details assuring gaming enthusiasts that "No Man's Sky" would end the flaws and glitches and ensure that improvements are being integrated. Also, as for the rumors that Song Joong Ki of the "Descendants of the Sun" is an avid player of the game, that speculation has already been debunked.
No Man's Sky PC release today. It's coming... pic.twitter.com/b8vE7JYzty
— Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) August 12, 2016
It stands out that "No Man's Sky" is constantly linked to rumors and speculations. To prove the latter, GamenGuide reported that claims for "No Man's Sky" centers on the notion that Hello Games and Sean Murray are gearing up to release a new DLC pack called "Desert Moon" and it would incorporate a new world and environment wherein the moon is the center of the universe.
The game is all about exploration, travels and discoveries of new worlds which is why the upcoming release of "No Man's Sky" and its DLC pack named "Desert Moon" is just about right,but despite the rumors coming about, Hello Games and Sean Murray has not released any official statements proving the existence of "Desert Moon" universe, reports the same post.
For the gaming enthusiasts, all clamors concerning "No Man's Sky" should be taken with a grain of salt in mind.