This past week there has been nothing but talk about the highly anticipated indie video game No Man’s Sky. More or less, fans of the game have been going rampant with excitement thanks to a few early copies finding their way to gamers a week early. Today, we’re learning that the developers behind this behemoth of a video game title have already wrapped up their first patch and update.
Hello Games has been proactive lately against the leaks that were posted online by gamers who have already got their copy of No Man’s Sky. It’s with these gamers posts that we’ve learned about a few bugs and issues with the upcoming title that could be alarming for some potential players. However, with a video game of this magnitude that relies so heavily on procedural generated content, most are fully aware that there’s bound to be plenty of bugs that would need to be discovered and cleared up.
According to a tweet from the official No Man’s Sky Twitter account, Hello Games has officially wrapped up a month of work when it came to their first update. This supposedly includes a lot of new features, balancing, along with new content in general.
5am at Hello Games. Wrapping up a month of work on our first update. Lots of new features, balancing and content pic.twitter.com/yF82uarHxp
— Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) August 3, 2016
Unfortunately, we don’t know the specifics quite yet about the new features or content that will be coming towards the game. This update will also likely not go live until the officially launches as those few early adopters of the game will quickly reveal details of the update.
Regardless, we don’t have to wait too much longer before we can get our hands on a copy of the game. No Man’s Sky will launch starting on August 9, 2016, for the PlayStation 4 and August 12, 2016, for the PC.