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Entries in No Man's Sky: Beyond (2)

Sunday
Sep152019

Hello Games wants to improve VR graphic quality of 'No Man's Sky'

No Man's Sky brought virtual reality support to the game through its "Beyond" update. But that wasn't without its issues. VR players were running into problems with the game's graphics, particularly on the PSVR. That's why the studio Hello Games wants to bring optimizations to the game—not just to the PSVR but to all VR platforms as well.

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Friday
Mar152019

‘No Man’s Sky’ goes online with an upcoming free update

Hello Games just announced the next chapter for its game No Man’s Sky. The developer calls this next update No Man’s Sky: Beyond, and it’ll have three parts to it. The only one they’ve announced so far is No Man’s Sky Online. We don’t know anything beyond the title, but Hello Games calls it a “radical” new multiplayer experience, where it’ll let “players everywhere in the universe to meet and play together.” Beyond this description, the game developers aren’t offering much but say the changes are a response to how players responded to the NEXT update, which was released last year. The NEXT update added multiplayer support for up to 16 players, so it isn’t clear what the Online and Beyond experience will be. But Hello Games claims it won’t turn the game into an MMO.

Source: The Verge