No Man's Sky has finally lost its place from digital sales chart in many countries. The recent is in the U.K. for Sept. 2016. This is the price that Hello Games' has to pay after false advertising and poor performance controversies broke out.
No Man's Sky Hurting Sales
Hello Games is yet to experience the worst of No Man's Sky following the gradual diminution of the game's popularity that led to hurting sales. For one, U.K.'s September digital sale chart also already ditched No Man's Sky after it was flooded with complaints of not meeting what had been advertised. Not to mention the developer went under fire for false adverting the game on Steam. With this at hand, it is expected that No Man's Sky will continue to lose sales in the coming weeks, and worst will meet the end of the game.
No Man's Sky Players on PlayStation 4 Blocked For Asking Refund
No Man's Sky has brought a domino effect of the controversies surrounding it. Another development in this issue are the disgruntled gamers asking for refund after Sony removed Hello Games' space sim from their PlayStation 4. On NeoGAF, these resentful customers vented out their concerns after Sony allegedly blocked them for asking for refund. There has been no report however if Sony is under negotiation with Hello Games to iron kinks out.
No Man's Sky Backlash And Complaints
In a previous report published last Oct. 5, No Man's Sky's subreddit was shut down by one of the moderators following backlash and complaints of thousands of followers against the game. The subreddit named /r/NoMansSkyTheGame has a strong 150,000 subscribers. Hours after deactivating the forum, it was revived after subscribers were at rage.
The digital sales chart for September in the U.K is rounded up by FIFA 17, Destiny, FIFA 16, Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Grand Theft Auto V, Star Wars Battlefront, Forza Horizon 3, Overwatch, Tom Clancy's The Division and Rocket League. Activision and Electronic Arts are the big winner publishers of the month.