The development of No Man’s Sky is one of those that we will never forget. The game was ready to revolutionize the industry with its procedural generation, but the result in its launch left much to be desired. The game received a lot of criticism, but it has improved dramatically over time. Now, 5 years after his departure, has convinced Steam users.
No Man’s Sky has achieved a “Mostly Positive” rating on Steam by users who have the game on the Valve platform. A 70% of the players recommends the video game and it is a milestone that has cost him a whopping five years. The title launched in August 2016 on PC and it has always hovered between negative reviews and mixed reviews.
The creator of No Man’s Sky, Sean Murray, has expressed his emotion through Twitter by sharing this feat that has cost the studio so much sweat and tears Hello Games. It should be noted that the recent reviews of the game are “Very Positive”, which explains very well the change that the title has undergone. It is currently a great game, very up-to-date and with constant new content.
you guys 😭 pic.twitter.com/eviUu0s4Og
– Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) September 6, 2021
In fact, the Frontiers update has now arrived in the game, introducing the cities and lots of additional news, also in the title’s own quality of life. Hello Games remains committed to improving the game, and while it has been a long-term project, the studio’s effort to improve this open-world, space survival game is to be recognized.