Hello Games recently announced its latest “Sentinel” patch for No Man’s Sky, and the studio’s own Sean Murray says this isn’t over yet.
Kodoani.com – In terms of the reputation of a 180 successful video game, No Man’s Sky is considered the poster child for titles that have managed to turn everything from a total disaster into a beloved IP. with a dedicated community. That is also a good thing. As one of the biggest open world games in terms of its map size, a lot of people were excited about what it had to offer and as such, were disappointed when it was first launched in 2016. Now that Hello Games has committed to releasing lots of free updates, the studio’s Sean Murray says this isn’t the end.
In a recent interview with IGN, Murray said that, in terms of continuing to add new content to No Man’s Sky going, the team won’t be “long-term” with updates, stating that there is still lots of ideas, this shows that Hello Games will continue to add new features and improve the game in the near future. Having said that, Murray is pretty tight-lipped about what exactly is available for the galactic exploration game.
His comments come shortly after the recent No Man’s Sky “Sentinel” patch, which comes with a number of combat modifications, adds new quests, and gives players the ability to build human companions. machine. Similar to all the major updates the studio has released over the years, “Sentinel” is completely free. Currently, there are 17 major updates to the game, all with significant changes and improvements. Now that the studio and studio are doing well, Murray says the team has “learned our lesson,” especially about over-hyped productions.
For those who didn’t play in the first place, it’s hard to imagine how disappointing it was at the time. However, Studio worked hard to erase all the negative feedback that came to the team right after the launch date. In fact, the game became so popular that the Nintendo Switch is getting its own release of No Man’s Sky.
Now is probably the best time to start playing No Man’s Sky. It’s been a few years since its release, and with the number of patches that have been released, the game has pretty much surpassed what it originally promised in previous years. Many people have actually forgiven Hello Games for its initial misstep.
No Man’s Sky is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and is in development for the Nintendo Switch.