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Hello Games Encourages Free Next Expansion of No Man’s Sky – Games – News

No Man’s Sky celebrates its five-year anniversary this week and developer Hello Games is celebrating with a teaser for the upcoming Frontiers update. It is the 17th free expansion of the game. Few details are known about the upcoming Frontiers update.

Hello Games announces the upcoming Frontiers update in PlayStation Blog Post, which also reviews the past five years. In the accompanying trailer It states that the expansion will be freely available to all No Man’s Sky players, as well as all previous major updates the game has received upon release. The update will appear “Soon”. Few details about the update are not known yet.

“In some ways, Frontiers is just another update, but in other ways it’s a missing piece of sci-fi fantasy that we’ve always wanted to add and is very appropriate for our Fifth Anniversary,” Murray said. He notes that he will share more details soon. “There’s still a lot we want to experience. The next step on that journey isn’t far away. We’ll have more to share about Frontiers soon.”

No Man’s Sky was released on August 9, 2016 for PS4 and a few days later for PC. The game was not well received when it was released due to missing features and performance issues. The game has since received many free expansions, in which the game has been greatly improved, and developer Hello Games has added many new features.

For example, ten weeks after release, the studio came up with a file Basics of modernization which allowed players to build their own base. In 2018 the game got multiplayer. game now vehiclesAnd Support VR and online modeAnd Expedition tripsAnd instructable mechanics in a More vast underwater worlds. The game is now also available on Xbox and the company has released an enhanced version for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S last year.

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