Action-adventure survival video game ‘No Man’s Sky’ has been a subject of criticism in recent times. The game has received a lot of negative feedback from gamers. The makers of the game in the past had marketed that there will be more exciting features in the game in future than what the world has seen so far.
Several promises were made in terms of introduction of new creatures and features but the makers have so far not been able to accomplish or execute. Game maker Hello Games is pressurized over more content for ‘No Man’s Sky’ but has assured that the patches will be released soon. Amidst all the criticism, founder Sean Murray has been missing. Gamers are also assured thatMurray is doing well despite all the criticism the world has bombarded at ‘No Man’s Sky’.
‘No Man’s Sky’ had to faced a lot of criticism and was also alleged that false advertising was done in terms of its features through their marketing. This might also result in some legal action. For now Murray is busy with his team on a patch to be released soon. Although Murray has not Tweeted anything about the issue since the past two months but Audio Chief Paul Weir has assured that the fans do not have to worry. For many months many cases have been reported but the number of fans that tolerate what the game offers is still not known.
For now the fans do not have a choice than to wait of the next update from the makers. Hello Games is a British video game developer based in Guildford, England. They are best known for the space exploration game ‘No Man’s Sky’.
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