New No Man's Sky Update Includes Multiplayer Mode

Rodiano Bonacci
Agosto 11, 2017

No man's Sky launched a year ago and there was a lot of hype for the game before launch. When No Man's Sky was first announced, one of the most tantalizing promises Sean Murray made was that players would all inhabit the same universe, but the odds of them ever actually meeting each other were nearly non-existent. Hello Games added that more details regarding update 1.3 will be released once it goes live, which is likely happening this week.

There's more. New planetary biomes, a new race, and a mission system will help bolster the types of discoveries you can make, with an unspoken promise to keep us from falling into the same patterns and routines again and again.

Players can expect an overhauled central storyline, portals, a new procedural mission system, trade improvements, new ships, and the feature most players will be excited about, joint exploration for up to sixteen players. You can also use them to revisit previous planets, other bases or just randomly skip to a new world. Players can build their standing with numerous NPC guilds and unlock more hard, more rewarding missions. It'll also double the lore and interactions of the existing game. Apparently there are more upgrades to be equipped as well to improve it and reap even more rewards. Plus a new HUD has been introduced to improve the experience of space combat.

Atmospheric low flight assist now allows players to cruise above the terrain. You'll now see other players who are exploring the same world as you represented in-game as floating orbs. Instead, it was a lovely universe with potential for a fun game to take place in it, released far too early with far too many unrealistic expectations.

No Man's Sky has finally received its first limited online multiplayer and while the developers have confirmed that it is limited to 16 players at a time, its interactivity hasn't been revealed in detail leaving it up for the player themselves to determine how they can interact with each other.

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