No Man's Sky will FINALLY get multiplayer/content in July

No Man's Sky will FINALLY get multiplayer/content in July

No Man's Sky's fourth major update, NEXT, is launching for free on all platforms, including the new Xbox One version, on July 24.

When No Man's Sky originally released on PS4, its Collector's Edition in the United Kingdom featured a logo advertising multiplayer gameplay, which was covered up by a simple sticker. Hello Games' Sean Murray announced during an Inside Xbox Livestream who confirmed that the update will come along with a full-fledged multiplayer.

The release of No Man's Sky for Xbox One was announced in March, and last month, it looked like the launch date had been leaked, but it turns out it was off by nearly an entire month.

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'Multiplayer completely changes the No Man's Sky experience, it's emergent, fun and intense in ways we always wanted it to be. "This is something that I wish we could've done sooner, but I'm so glad it's happening". The game will be enhanced for Xbox One X as well with 4K and HDR support.

No Man's Sky may have underwhelmed upon its original launch, but it's clear Hello Games is passionate about creating an experience true to its original vision. Allowing players to explore the galaxy with other players to build, race, and survive. No Man's Sky originally launched with the promise of an incomprehensibly large universe that had players roaming all over it. The update will also arrive for all existing players on PC and PlayStation 4 on the same day as well. 'It is genuinely exciting to be able to fully realise the potential so many people could see in No Man's Sky.

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