Despite No Man’s Sky‘s rocky start, Hello Games has since worked to provide its fans with regular and worthwhile updates. Fulfilling empty promises made for the game’s launch, No Man’s Sky NEXT was the update that changed everything for its players by finally introducing its expected multiplayer features and much more. Now, after numerous redemptive updates, Hello Games is continuing to provide new content as No Man’s Sky Visions is set to release tomorrow.
When Sean Murray and Hello Games did not deliver the content they promised for No Man’s Sky‘s launch, they received extreme backlash and made it their first priority to redeem themselves. Now, over two years later, the action-adventure exploration game is finally how it was originally described as for its launch. No Man’s Sky Visions is just another piece that will continue to add upon the already-impressive game. By adding new biomes, wider planet variety, more color, new fauna and flora, fireworks, and much more, No Man’s Sky massive universe is beginning to feel less lonely and even more inviting.
Tomorrow’s Visions update will focus on providing players with more variety and diversity as they travel from planet to planet. Being one of players’ biggest critiques of the game’s launch, repetitiveness and lack of variety plagued the sprawling universe that Hello Games created. Visions is working to fix that as it will provide variety for planets, biomes, and alien life. In addition to variety, it will also be adding archaeology and salvageable scraps. Players can now find remains of ancient life forms and salvage technology.
Although the vast universe of No Man’s Sky did not meet gamers’ expectations at launch, loyal fans have been deeply rewarded for sticking with it through it all, even though it did take two years to finally receive the multiplayer features they were originally promised. Hello Games may have been way ahead of itself when it made all of those promises, but its desire to work to provide fans with their promised content is admirable, and fans will surely not forget it.
No Man’s Sky is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
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