Published: Fri, May 18, 2018
Money | By Armando Alvarado

No Man's Sky will FINALLY get multiplayer/content in July

No Man's Sky will FINALLY get multiplayer/content in July

The Xbox One is finally going to get a chance to experience Hello Games' controversial space game, as new multiplayer options are added.

Murray also mentioned that the team has been testing the online multiplayer features of the game from previous sixth months and according to them this gives the game a totally different feel. Hello Games co-founder Sean Murray confirmed the news during an Inside Xbox live stream. Hello Games has just announced the release date for the NEXT update, and it'll be dropping on July 24, along with the Xbox One release.

The May 2018 update also introduces new ways to sort your games and apps. Tiny shelters or complex colonies that you build as a team are shared for all players.

Murray said in his interview, "It's the kind of game that myself and a lot of other people have always wanted to play in a multiplayer world".

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The game now does have a limited form of multiplayer, but with the update, players will be able to interact with other players better, such as grouping up with them to survive, build, race, and relax.

The long awaited feature will be available across Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC when the Next update lands on July 24th.

We took another galactic dive into No Man's Sky upon the release of its "Foundation" update in Foundation Update in April 2017. Besides that, Murray didn't share much details about the update, including what the player would look like.

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