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Let's Talk About No Man's Sky
#11
No Man's Sky might be due a Third Look soon. They're adding multiplayer in July:

https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2018-...ut-in-july

Murray's original pre-release comments about the game included that multiplayer was definitely in it but that it was almost impossible to meet another player because of how large the universe is. Hello Games must have found a way to tweak things in the following two years.
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#12
Video of the multiplayer in No Man's Sky, as well as a few of the other new features:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3HphgSn0o4

There will be multiplayer missions too. The less flashy additions include things like improved terrain generation, better textures, ring planets, greater detail in buildings and ships, the ability to build anywhere instead of set locations, less restrictive limits on building size and complexity, and some sort of system allowing you to build a fleet of ships and send them out on missions.
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#13
Might be too little too late for some people. Least they are trying Hello Games but even so, like most games that come out and are not ready.
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#14
(07-17-2018, 02:16 PM)The Benny (Macho) Wrote: Video of the multiplayer in No Man's Sky, as well as a few of the other new features:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3HphgSn0o4

There will be multiplayer missions too. The less flashy additions include things like improved terrain generation, better textures, ring planets, greater detail in buildings and ships, the ability to build anywhere instead of set locations, less restrictive limits on building size and complexity, and some sort of system allowing you to build a fleet of ships and send them out on missions.

I think that looks awesome. I was late to the NMS party due to all the negative press it got at launch but got it cheap in a sale. The last update was a good one too and I jumped back in again for a short while, this Next update looks even more intriguing. 

I don't agree with some commenters saying it's too little too late. Maybe for some it is, but I have to give credit where it's due and it looks like the lads at Hello Games have been working their butts off to finish their vision. Granted the game probably released long before it should have but instead of just moving on to something else, they've stuck with it and it looks like it's going to pay off.
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#15
I have to admit it does look good. Plus they have not charged a single thing for any of the free updates they have given out so far. The game was just rushed out to meet demand like most games these days. I am considering buying it again next week. Wont be the first time I have re bought a game back, recently just got The Last Of Us Remastered for the 3rd time.
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