No Man's Sky will be getting an update this week to improve the story and add quick travel using portals. The announcement came at the end of an ongoing ARG that has been teasing changes to the game.
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No Man's Sky may not have been the ultimate in procedural space sims, but for some, it was good enough. A new update has renewed interest in the title and Hello Games frontman Sean Murray is talking again. He even presented at this year's GDC, revealing a few fascinating tidbits about the game's launch and the company's future.
Two questions have plagued Hello Games' No Man's Sky since the title's rough-as-guts launch back in August: "Is that it?" and "Where did Sean Murray go?". While the answer to the first query remains elusive, the second was somewhat satisfied recently by the studio's audio chief Paul Weir.
The other night, I made around 14 million units in a matter of four hours in No Man's Sky (Gek traders hate her! Click here to find out why!) It was largely thanks to finding a huge number of items called 'Vortex Cubes' on a rare resource planet -- though it didn't really look like one. This odd proliferation of a supposedly super-rare item led me to question: what is the deal with these things?
With just under three weeks before the launch of No Man's Sky -- which I personally delayed back in May -- a new potential controversy has emerged, this one revolving around a Dutch scientist's patent.