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Hello Games: No Man’s Sky Xbox One Release Coming, Big Update Announced

Game developer Hello Games announced that a huge update is coming to No Man’s Sky. The update will be rolled out to Xbox One gaming console. Thus, fans should expect the game’s Xbox One release come 2018.

 

Hello Games added that the big update would be rolled out to PS4 and PC this year for free. This means that No Man’s Sky previous expansions would be included in the Xbox One release. These expansions are Foundation, Pathfinder, and Atlas Rises.

 

No Man’s Sky Xbox One Release Is Coming

 

And if you are an avid No Man’s Sky fans, you could expect that the upcoming update would also be pre-installed. What’s amazing about the No Man’s Sky’s Xbox One release is that it has an enhanced features.

The game developer announced that the Xbox One X has now with HDR capabilities. It did not add more details about the feature that was announced. It can be recalled that No Man’s Sky was released exclusively to PS4 and PC back in 2016.

 

Moreover, the game’s upcoming update is expected to be rolled out for free to PS4 and PC players, respectively. In case you don’t know, Hello Games considered the update as “an important next step in a journey for No Man’s Sky.”

 

“No Man’s Sky is immediately a massive game with impressive seamless transitions from ground to space, and it will entertain your inner collector for a while,” Peter Brown, a critic of the No Man’s Sky gave a review of the popular sci-fi game.

 

“The more you get to know it, the more you recognize its faults, and it’s easy to fall so deep into the act of exploring and trading that your focus narrows to those aspects alone. If, however, you consider everything it has to offer and listen to what Atlas has to say, No Man’s Sky becomes more than a collection of slightly different worlds in a seemingly never-ending galaxy–it becomes an examination of the meaning of life in a way that’s more valuable than all the gold or starships in its virtual galaxy,” he told Gamespot.

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