Sean Murray Confirms No Man’s Sky Is A Shared Universe, But There Are Too Many Players

By   /   Aug 11, 2016
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No Man’s Sky has been released and gamers have been playing the game to their heart extent. However, the game did not entirely lived up to the expectations, as players can’t seem to see each other in the game.

Yesterday, we reported that two No Man’s Sky players could not see each other, even though they were at the exact same place.

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However, Hello Games founder and the creator of No Man’s Sky Tweeted that the game indeed has multiplayer, but too many players are playing the game right now, more than they can handle.

We want people to be aware they are in a shared universe. We added online features, and some Easter Eggs to create cool moments. We hope to see those happening… but too many of you are playing right now. More than we could have predicted. It is a testament to how amazing our network coders are that Discoveries are still working at all.

No Man’s Sky has been out for a short while and Hello Gmaes being a small team, these issues were only expected. However, even big AAA games face online issues upon launch, and we are hopeful that Hello games will be successful in eliminating the issues.

In related news. No Man’s Sky players have already discovered 10 million species in the game. Overnight, players have discovered over 10 million species in No Man’s Sky, this is more than we have discovered on Earth.

No Man’s Sky is a first person space exploration game, with over 18 Quintillion planets to discover. The game released for PlayStation 4 on August 9th and is scheduled to release on August 12 for PC.