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[UPDATE] No Man's Sky developer's Twitter calls game a mistake, claims account hacked amid confusion

[UPDATE] No Man's Sky developer's Twitter calls game a mistake, claims account hacked amid confusion

Eric Frederiksen

After months of silence following the release of No Man’s Sky, developer Hello Games’ Twitter account saw a post appear and disappear that called the game “a mistake.” Developer lead Sean Murray’s official Twitter has been updated as well, suggesting that the post was the result of a hack. The tweet has since been deleted, and the Hello Games twitter account put into protected mode....

No Man's Sky's subreddit shut down for being "hate filled wastehole," re-opens, and explodes in anger

No Man's Sky's subreddit shut down for being "hate filled wastehole," re-opens, and explodes in anger

Ron Duwell

Reddit drama has erupted over a popular subreddit for the No Man’s Sky. I mean, what else is new, right? Well, actually, it was all the drama and complaining which led to the mess it currently finds itself in. Moderator r0ugew0lf had enough with where /r/NoMansSkyTheGame was heading, with 150,000 subscribers voicing frequently that they weren’t exactly happy with how the game had...

No Man's Sky's center reached, and players are not happy with what they find

No Man's Sky's center reached, and players are not happy with what they find

Joey Davidson

Warning: The “ending” to No Man’s Sky is spoiled in this post. The text and the video will reveal and discuss what waits for players at the game’s galactic center. Do not read this post or watch these videos if you want to stay away from spoilers. Cool? Cool. Well this might be the most anti-climactic thing ever. I don’t know what I expected to see at the center of the galaxy in No...

This No Man's Sky mod lets you fly closer to the ground, into caves, below water

This No Man's Sky mod lets you fly closer to the ground, into caves, below water

Joey Davidson

PC owners playing No Man's Sky might want to look into a mod by a user named Hytek. It's called Lowflight, and it makes it possible to fly your ship all the way down to the ground. One of the more frustrating aspects of No Man's Sky's flying is that it feels dumbed down incredibly hard. It's essentially impossible to crash land on a planet (despite the fact that the game opens with you...