Recently, Hello Games announced that the update No Man’s Sky: Beyond, consisting of three components, will be released this summer, probably in July.
The update teases a completely new multiplayer experience. Hello Games says that it will allow “players everywhere in the universe to meet and play together”.
Developers didn’t offer any other details regarding the release date, so the fans need to be really patient.
This made the subject of a discussion thread on Steam, but users didb’t have a clear answer for it.
Luckily, summer is just around the corner, so gamers don’t have to wait much longer. We’re sure that the wait will eventually pay off.
No Man’s Sky multiplayer to support 16 players
The next update could bring multiplayer support for up to 16 players. Still, Hello Games emphasize that the game will not become a MMO.
They also mention that, as a part of their optimization work, the game will have enhanced Vulkan support that will bring immediate performance improvement.
The No Man’s Sky: Beyond expansion, which will be the fifth for this game, will be released for free to the existing gamers.
Do you think No Man’s Sky: Beyond will be released in July? Or you’re rather pessimistic and expect the update to land in August?
Let us know in the comments below.
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