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No Man's Sky Beyond - Review

Hello Games has finally published Beyond, an update of No Man's Sky that expands it and improves it even more. Is it worth it? Discover it!

State of Play - No Man's Sky Beyond will have support for VR

Hello Games, during "State of Play", revealed a short gameplay of No Man's Sky Beyond. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RpKmuRX0CM Among the innovations introduced, the title at its launch will include a free update for PlayStation support ...

No Man's Sky Beyond available in the summer

The Hello Games team again breaks the silence that now sets it apart to announce Beyond, the next big No Man's Sky expansion. In their release the developers do not unbutton that much ...

Trailer and info for No Man's Sky multiplayer

Almost two years after the release of its controversial space exploration title, Hello Games is ready to release a free update that will add a true multiplayer mode to No Man's Sky. This update, called "Next", is ...

No Man's Sky multiplayer arrives

From time to time No Man's Sky returns to be talked about. After so much criticism, which led to the assumption of a rapid abandonment of the ship by the developers in the first period, now at a distance ...
No Man's Sky

No Man's Sky takes off and will land within the year on Xbox One

Despite an exceptional marketing campaign, which was perhaps the reason why at its release No Man's Sky disappointed expectations, the title of the British independent studio Hello Games became ...
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Star Wars fans are having fun with No Man's Sky

If you are looking for a new way to explore the procedurally generated splendor of No Man's Sky and, at the same time, you are passionate about Star Wars, run to reinstall your PC version and make a ...
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No Man's Sky, a new patch to solve various problems

The developers of No Man's Sky, Hello Games, are trying to recover the lost ground through constant updates and patches to their title, almost empty. With Atlas Rises, last month's update, it's ...

Xbox Series X, leak reveals the back of the console

According to what emerged from a post by NeoGaf user, photos depicting the rear of the new flagship of ...

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