When No Man’s Sky was first released last year, it was met with a fair amount of controversy, with players saying the game didn’t deliver what it spent months promising. A year after its release, it’s getting a huge update that promises to fix some of the problems its playerbase have had.
The update is called ‘Atlas Rises’, and it seems to address some of the problems players had with the original release.
One of the glaring issues with No Man’s Sky was the lack of multiplayer functionality, after developers mentioned it being a planned part of gameplay. With the new update, players will be able to bump into each other on their adventures.
The update also adds a new storyline, promising 30 hours worth of gameplay, including new missions, economies, portals, and trade systems. Right now, No Man’s Sky is on sale (on PC!), possibly in the hopes of repairing its reputation.
Do you think this is enough to save No Man’s Sky, or is it too little too late? Let us know in the comments!