Showing posts with label No Man's Sky. Show all posts
Showing posts with label No Man's Sky. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Xbox Game Pass to Add No Man's Sky

Xbox Game Pass to add No Man's Sky next month for Game Pass Ultimate members on PC and consoles.

Though initially failed to live up to hype at launch, multiplayer action-adventure survival game No Man's Sky from developer/publisher Hello Games has eventually made a significant progress over past few years and lived up to its promises.

Ahead of June 2020, game director Sean Murray announces to add NMS to Xbox Game Pass for upcoming lineup of next month. Members on PC and Xbox One platform can jump on board very soon for some exciting planetary exploration.

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Xbox Game Pass to Add No Man's Sky

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NMS allows players to explore a procedurally generated massive open-world and venture through several quintillions of planets. You can join many interstellar voyagers during your journey and join together to survive or trade.

In terms of content, No Man's Sky saw a complete overhaul following launch of NEXT update, which coincided with its Xbox One release. After adding multiplayer feature, Hello Games improved the experience with Beyond update.

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There has been a steady supply of free content update that included further adjustments, bug-fixes and much more on a regular basis. Most recently, Living Ship update arrived in February and Exo Mech update was rolled in during April.

Now that Xbox Game Pass has amassed over 10 million active members, indie studio Hello Games wants them to explore an infinite universe of No Man's Sky across both platforms while they prepare more updates to release in future.

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

No Man's Sky: Exo Mech Update Live Now

Hello Games adds massive mechs for No Man's Sky in latest Exo Mech free update to explore hostile planetary surfaces.

In latest series of free expansion updates, developer/publisher Hello Games have constantly been adding many features and improvement to make your interstellar journey interesting in multiplayer action-adventure survival game No Man's Sky.

Their most recent free content update titled "Exo Mech" is rolling out today on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, adding a brand-new Exocraft along with a couple of quality of life improvements for an ever-expansive galaxy of NMS.

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No Man's Sky: Exo Mech Update Live Now

RELATED: No Man's Sky: Synthesis Update Live Now

Hello Games showcases key-features of No Man's Sky: Exo Mech update in a newly released official trailer.




RELATED: No Man's Sky VR Comes to PlayStation and Steam

After adding "living organic spaceship" and VR support lately, No Man's Sky has given players a means to stomping around alien world in giant mechs that are designed to protect them from extreme temperatures and toxic atmosphere.

Newest debutant Minotaur joins existing roster of Colossus Nomad, Pilgrim and Roamer Exocrafts. These suits have advanced movement capabilities and can also be pretty handy when it comes to gathering resources for research.

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Hybrid Exocraft Walkers

RELATED: No Man's Sky: NEXT Update Live Now

PlayStation and Steam VR players are in for a satisfying experience jumping into cockpit of these mechanical walkers and stomping around. Minotaur has a powerful jetpack that allows it to fly across various terrains faster than on feet.

There are multiple display panels inside it with weapons for defense outside and you can call your mechs from orbiting freighter. These Exos come along with built-in solar panel technology that helps recharging engines and improved scanning.

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Detailed VR Cockpit

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Hello Games have tirelessly worked on improving NMS from its launch state in recent years and fans are really appreciating their hard work. Living up to their promises to players, dev team has no intention to stop anytime soon as well.

No Man's Sky started taking larger steps towards greater goals following release of Beyond update back in August 2019. Exo Mech update is just another stepping stone in an ongoing effort to deliver a better game to player community.

Thursday, February 20, 2020

No Man's Sky: Living Ship Update Live Now

Latest free update Living Ship for No Man's Sky lets you grow and hatch your own organic, sentient spaceship.

Last year was truly amazing for multiplayer action-adventure survival game No Man's Sky with its groundbreaking release of free expansion updates Beyond and Synthesis for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One player community.

To continue delivering more content frequently in 2020, developer/publisher Hello Games launches their latest free update Living Ship on all available platforms, adding new ship class, story mission, space NPC and more.

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No Man's Sky: Living Ship Update Live Now

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A brand-new trailer launched by Hello Games showcases key-elements of No Man's Sky: Living Ship update.




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Latest update makes debut of a new class of starship to add to your fleet, which are actually sentient creatures known as Living Ship. They are organic entities who can grow in variations and are capable to take you to interstellar voyages.

In a series of story missions called "Starbirth", players can head over to ancient Korvax experiments to unlock secrets about their origin and those who want to raise one of them should visit to Space Anomaly collecting Void Egg.

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New Sentient Starship Class

RELATED: No Man's Sky: Visions Update Release Date

These biological ships have their own fleshy technologies and can be upgraded with organic materials. Each one of them should be hatched and nurtured to grow your custom ship with hyperdrive or tentacle covered cockpit.

Living Ship update makes an ever so expansive NMS a lot more creepy yet interesting than it already is. While scouting through star systems, there might be rare space encounters with new and strange objects or dangerous lifeforms.

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Rare Space Encounters

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During your travel to endless space, you may very well come across some NPCs and stop by to say hello to them. Many of them are just merchants who want to see if you are interested in buying something or maybe are looking for help.

Upon release, No Man's Sky was a huge disappointment to players because of repetitive gameplay and missing features. Hello Games dropped several free updates since then and NMS has truly become what they originally promised.

Thursday, November 28, 2019

No Man's Sky: Synthesis Update Live Now

Hello Games drops eighth free update Synthesis for No Man's Sky, adding some most-requested features.

With constant release of content updates following a messy launch, multiplayer action-adventure survival game No Man's Sky is now in a state that developer/publisher Hello Games can really take some pride in for.

Keeping up that goodwill among players, NMS is getting its eighth major free update today after months of work for new and old players on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as a follow-up to 2.0 update Beyond from back in August.

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No Man's Sky: Synthesis Update Live Now

RELATED: No Man's Sky: Beyond Update Release Date

Synthesis is acting more like a spring cleaning update for No Man's Sky with everything it brings on the table. You can flatten or restore terrain using new enhancements of Terrain Editor and there is more than one Multi-Tool now.

Virtual Reality will let anyone ride up on their favorite creatures and first-person Exocraft is available for VR or non-VR players. While venturing out, you can capture all those amazing views of outer space in Photo Mode for VR.

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First-Person Exocraft

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Starships can be improved with unwanted parts or they can be used as scrap materials in salvage system. Tear apart ships that you don't want to use anymore and upgrade them at nearby outfitting station to S-Class.

Spending a hefty amount of units buy you extra inventory space for ships and allow updating its entire class. Thanks to newest technology, personal refiner is portable and let you refine elements and materials as you go on rounds.

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Long-Distance Inventory

RELATED: No Man's Sky: NEXT Update Live Now

A considerable number of quality-of-life changes such as clarity of the visuals, emergency warping, mid-air jetpack recharging, multiple custom outfits and triangular base parts are introduced to make off-world trips more convenient.

Despite their best efforts, developers were forced to leave out a few good ideas on the table but still, a lot of good ones have made it. Some brand-new feature will truly improve overall gameplay experience for most players.

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Starship Space Map

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After VR was introduced, it added new direction in exploration and people started partying up for multiplayer missions more than before. Many were enthusiastic enough to invest more of their time into building detailed bases.

Hello Games has worked on some most-requested aspects from community to include in No Man's Sky: Synthesis. Giving people something to take on new and crazy adventures, they are likely to be on board with their next update already.

Friday, August 9, 2019

No Man's Sky May Come to Nintendo Switch

Hello Games studio founder Sean Murray is interested to see No Man's Sky being ported on Nintendo Switch.

Even after having a disappointing launch on PC and PlayStation 4, developer/publisher Hello Games have managed to turn things around with action-adventure survival game No Man's Sky by delivering promised features through series of updates.

Soon, they are about to introduce enhanced multiplayer and VR support in latest major update Beyond for free. Lately, game director/studio founder Sean Murray talked about possible potential of a Nintendo Switch version of NMS.

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No Man's Sky May Come to Nintendo Switch

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When asked about a Switch port of their expansive sci-fi game in an interview, Sean Murray had the following to say.

It's super interesting, I love the Switch. We're obviously very focused on what we're doing right now, but we have done a lot of work for PSVR to optimize the game. So I'd be interested to see what's possible. But at the moment, we're just very focused on what we're doing right now.

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Rather than outright dismissing the idea, Murray interested in seeing a Switch version for No Man's Sky space epic. However, their hands are pretty tight at this moment working on frequently requested features and optimization.

Although many modern-day games may seem too complex for Nintendo handheld hardware, recent Switch port for The Witcher 3 of CD Projekt Red has proved that games with intense visual can run on the console considerably well.

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With their small team of developers, Hello Games is tirelessly working on making good on their word and what not. So, they can simply partner-up with another company with resources to handle Nintendo Switch release of NMS on their behalf.

On August 14, Beyond is launching to be available for all No Man's Sky players free of charge and seeing debut of retail disc for PS4 version. Stepping into Switch platform will be good idea for the game since it will gain more audience reach.

Friday, August 2, 2019

No Man's Sky: Beyond Update Release Date

Explore an infinite universe of No Man's Sky with VR support on its next major expansion update Beyond, out on August 14.

Last year, action-adventure survival game No Man's Sky saw massive improvement following launch of their NEXT update. Many in-game issues were resolved and developer/publisher Hello Games decided to move ahead with Beyond update.

Originally announced back in March 2019, upcoming free NMS update was scheduled to arrive in summer 2019. Game director, Sean Murray has recently revealed that Beyond will launch for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on August 14, 2019.

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No Man's Sky: Beyond Update Release Date

RELATED: No Man's Sky: Beyond Update Announced

Beyond is the biggest update from Hello Games that comes with enhanced multiplayer, VR support and more on August 14.




RELATED: No Man's Sky VR Comes to PlayStation and Steam

Beyond will be a free expansion that includes three major updates within it and will introduce virtual reality support on PC and PS4. Players will be able to move around in short distances by teleporting throughout in-game world.

VR support will allow you to explore unforeseen alien planets in virtual reality from the cockpit of your starship. Feel free to casually interact with your non-VR online friends or your peers in multiplayer mode while you are at it.

RELATED: No Man's Sky: Visions Update

Otherwise, everything else will be experienced like a standard game but VR would make things much more immersive. New radical social and multiplayer experience in Online focuses on bringing travelers from different universes together.

Murray has assured that social features will not turn NMS into an MMO; neither player would require any subscription of some sorts. Also, Beyond update is free for all existing players and doesn't have any micro-transactions at all.

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Expanded Online Experience

RELATED: No Man's Sky: The Abyss Update

Despite some initial setbacks they initially saw at release, developers have redeemed themselves by delivering player community what were originally promised at launch and by the looks of it, things are now in a much better state.

Beyond is looking forward to unveil next chapter of No Man's Sky legacy very soon and reflects community feedback of NEXT update. That being said, Hello Games definitely will be aiming at something more ambitious in their forthcoming content plan.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

No Man's Sky VR Comes to PlayStation and Steam

With upcoming free update Beyond expansion, VR support is coming to No Man's Sky in Summer 2019.

Despite having a rocky launch on PC and PlayStation 4, 2016 action-adventure survival game No Man's Sky from developer/publisher Hello Games have worked out most of their issues via series of updates by the time it came to Xbox One platform.

Features promised for a multiplayer mode is eventually introduced and upcoming Beyond update intends to let players delve into virtual reality, which is getting support of PlayStation VR and Steam VR other than getting a separate mode.

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No Man's Sky VR Comes to PlayStation and Steam

RELATED: No Man's Sky Beyond Update

According to recent announcement from State of Play live-stream, VR is going to be a bigger part of upcoming free NMS expansion Beyond, which is designed to change online play in a major way when it arrives in Summer 2019.

Every tools and upgrades you have gathered so far will all be present and players will not be left out without their trusty Terrain Manipulator. Extensive work was put to build an interface that works well with dual PS Move motion controllers.

RELATED: No Man's Sky Visions Update

Browsing through quick menu and other standard options by pointing your arm is part of its control mechanics and you can always use teleportation-based controls to move in close proximity but don't forget to adjust your direction before doing that.

Multiplayer is mostly comprised of player interactions and this large-scale update will make that aspect more MMO-like but one without micro-transactions. Aside from a PlayStation Plus membership to play on Sony console, players will not need any subscription.

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Climb into Virtual Cockpit

RELATED: No Man's Sky Getting Multiplayer

Although scheduled to release on all available platforms, Beyond comes with a special retail version exclusive to PS4, containing the base game that includes all updates released by studio till date and of course the upcoming VR support.

Hello Games continuing to deliver frequent updates like Abyss, Visions and overhauling entire experience with NEXT in 2018 was only part of a larger plan to make an ever-expanding open-world universe within No Man's Sky to step into multitude of directions.

Monday, March 25, 2019

PlayStation State of Play March 2019

PlayStation has broadcasted their first-ever State of Play 2019 stream with announcement for every major upcoming PS4 releases.

While working on their next PlayStation console, Sony was steadily preparing for something similar to Nintendo Direct online presentation and perhaps that is one of the reasons for them announcing not to attend the E3 2019 convention earlier.

They stated that they are exploring new ways to engage to their community and only a few days ago, Sony made a surprise announcement for State of Play live-stream to showcase new reveal, gameplay and trailers for upcoming titles.

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PlayStation State of Play March 2019

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Covering some of their biggest releases coming to 2019, PlayStation has wrapped up their first State of Play stream and we have it right here for you.




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Marvel's Iron Man VR | Announced




Following their immense success of Marvel's Spider-Man from last year, Sony recently focused their efforts to bring another classic comic-book hero Tony Stark to their consoles for an ultimate Iron Man VR fantasy through PS VR headset.

Players are in to experience some iconic Golden Avenger action through flying and shooting down enemies using repulsor beams in upcoming Marvel's Iron Man VR by developer Camouflaj, in collaboration with Marvel Games and Worldwide Studios.

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Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled | PS4-Exclusive Content




2019 marks the 20th anniversary for 1999 kart racing game Crash Team Racing and though it is already getting remastered, developer Beenox came up with a plan to provide more nostalgia factor for veteran players to re-live their old memories.

CTR: Nitro Fueled will receive retro-styled treatment with karts and skins designed to give a 90's era look. Fans would definitely love these PS4-exclusive contents that are going back to old school days with low polygonal designs yet maintaining authenticity.

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No Man's Sky | PlayStation VR




Adding multiplayer support to action-adventure survival game No Man's Sky was a next step towards an evolutionary phase by developer/publisher Hello Games and now they are taking another leap towards virtual reality with upcoming Beyond update.

Entire NMS will get full VR support when their next free update launches this summer to kick-start the next big chapter of the sci-fi game. Scaling around unknown planetary territory would never be such dramatic when you play it with friends.

RELATED: No Man's Sky Beyond Update

ReadySet Heroes | Announced




From the creators of Orcs Must Die! comes a PS4 timed exclusive dungeon crawler titled ReadySet Heroes offers a classic fast-paced multiplayer adventure where another team is making progress at the same time to compete against you.

As you ventured through a magical realm full of trails for skilled warriors, keep an eye for any deadly traps or to look for puzzles and always be prepared to fight. Search for stronger armor and powerful weapons before butting heads with rival team.

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Blood & Truth | Story Trailer




Another VR quest is right ahead of us in first-person shooter game Blood & Truth from developer SIE London Studios, where players would appear as elite Special Forces soldier Ryan Marks to become a true action hero by plowing through bad guys.

Take on missions to decimate the criminal underworld of London and explore iconic locations at the same time. Immerse into your wildest dreams of being an action hero and engage in gunplay against group of enemies that comes after you.

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Observation | Story Trailer




A sci-fi adventure quest of 2026 set in space, Observation follows a narrative thriller where players act as an artificial intelligence system on titular low orbit space station, working alongside a surviving crew member to uncover a mystery.

Contrary to what you immediately thought of, the woman shown in the trailer above named Dr. Emma Fisher is who you are supposed to work with to bring back your systems online and finding out what actually happened to other crews on board.

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Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted | PS VR




Fans of horror game genre need no introduction of point-and-click survival title Five Nights at Freddy's and those dark hallways of pizzeria may seem like a real-life threat when its total atmosphere is shifted in to virtual reality.

For years, FNAF has managed to give you tense moments of gameplay even within the comfort of consoles or handheld devices but how would you deal with an entire series ported to VR? There is no way out when Chica, Bonnie or Freddy comes to get you!

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Concrete Genie | Story Trailer




New story trailer for upcoming action-adventure game Concrete Genie takes us into the fictional dark and small town of Denska, where a young boy named Ash lives with a hobby of making doodles but was being bullied on a regular basis.

One day, they snatch his notebook away and throw the pages away upon ripping them apart. In an attempt to get them back, he found a magic paint brush with power to breathe life into his arts and in a place without friends, creates some new.

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Days Gone | New Story Trailer




By now, upcoming action-adventure survival horror title Days Gone has been delayed twice and while we are about to step into the shoes of outlaw protagonist Deacon St. John on April 26, it is quite hard to even wait till another month.

Developer SIE Bend Studio gave us an extended peak at the personal tragedies of Deek involving his love interest and wife Sarah Whitaker while he goes up against hostile humans and zombie-like "Freakers" on a post-apocalyptic open world premise.

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Mortal Kombat 11 | Character Reveal Showcase




Fans of Mortal Kombat fighting game franchise already knows that upcoming Mortal Kombat 11 will revolve around a plot that involves time-travelling and that means, past generation of fighters will meet their present day counterparts.

Three classic fighters Jax, Kung Lao and Lui Kang returns to witness a world that has changed where they faces their twisted future selves and even experience an encounter with a mysterious figure named Geras who was introduced earlier.

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Upcoming PlayStation VR Games for 2019




By March 2019, over 4.2 million PS VR gadgets have been sold worldwide and a roadmap to deliver steady supply of games for those devices is a priority now. So, a slew of titles heading to those systems this spring and summer were highlighted on the broadcast.

We are looking at a list full of games like Everybody's Golf VR, Falcon Age, Ghost Giant, Golem, Jupiter & Mars, Luna, Mini-Mech Mayhem, Skyworld, Table of Tales, Trover Saves the Universe and Vacation Simulator from many different genres.

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Throughout the entire presentation, fans have surely felt the absence of any updates on The Last of Us Part II from developer Naughty Dog. Perhaps, they would do this often and we may get some fresh scoop on this upcoming anticipated PS4 title.

State of Play 2019 announcements brought a lot of great news for PlayStation fans that they can look up to and considering their first-ever broadcast; Sony did pretty well by staying right on point with each game and keeping up.