Sean Murray: A New No Man’s Sky Patch Will Make PC Players Happy
No Man’s Sky is one of the biggest releases of the year. However, the launch was not a smooth one, as there were many frame rate issues and bugs. But Hello Games is determined to right their mistakes, and they have announced a new No Man’s Sky patch for PC.
Sean Murray posted on his Twitter account that Hello Games is very excited as a new No Man’s Sky patch will make PC gamers happy. Patch for the PlayStation 4 version is still in testing phase.
Awesome day at Hello Games, we’re going to make some people very happy with a PC and PS4 patch that’s in test right now.
However, Sean Murray did not specified anything related to the patch or what fixes or features will it bring. All we can do is wait for the patch notes to release.
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In related news, Hello Games have not revealed any plans to release No Man’s Sky on any platform other than PS4 and PC. However, there is a hint in the files of the game that points towards a Xbox One version of the game.
The PC version of No Man’s Sky has been data mined, and the files reveal some interesting things about the game. According to the data miner there is a possibility of No Man’s Sky Xbox One version.
Since the rights to No Man’s Sky belong to Hello Games and they have also self published the title for PC and PlayStation 4. It seems likely that the studio is considering No Man’s Sky Xbox One version.
No Man’s Sky is a first person space exploration game developed by Hello Games, and the game has been released for PlayStation 4 and PC.