Major No Man’s Sky Patch In Development to Fix “Critical” Issues

By   /   Aug 18, 2016
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Hello Games released its procedurally generated, No Man’s Sky, earlier this month. It is available on PlayStation 4 and PC but like many modern day releases, it suffers from bugs and other issues.

The development team is currently working on a major No Man’s Sky patch that will deal with urgent and critical problems of the game. The news came through an email sent by Hello Games where it assured the user that No Man’s Sky will soon be a much better experience.

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The studio is “working literally around the clock to resolve the most critical issues for our players.” No Man’s Sky patch will release next week for both platforms, according to Hello Games.

Many of the game’s issues have workarounds so Hello Games is directing players to its official support page. The page contains workarounds for many issues, so do check it out.

For more help on No Man’s Sky, read out our In-Depth Crafting Guide, Resources Farming Guide, and Money Farming Guide.

On a related note, No Man’s Sky didn’t only release with issues but it lacked content that was originally promised. Reddit users compiled a massive list to show just how many features never made it to the final build. Hello Games is silent on the matter and is unlikely that it would comment. The studio has either ignored or has been very vague about cut content and multiplayer.

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