No Man's Sky updates on PC have reportedly appeared in the Steam database. However, studio programmer Sean Murray and Hello Games have remained silent about it. Nevertheless, the game's subreddit has been curious about the updates, including revisions that seem to imply that work is being done to enhance the game.
The No Man's Sky community said that it has been 83 days since the studio and Murray posted an update regarding the progress of the project since its launch. Based on reports, the game studio endured PC bug reports, a wrong advertising probe in the UK and hacking into the employee's social media and email accounts. After a very short statement regarding the recent issue, almost nothing has been heard again.
No Man's Sky fans were left with so many questions, prompting a number of speculations for the past few weeks. In fact, rumors claim that Hello Games had been altogether abandoned. While such story had already been debunked, no details were provided regarding the game's future. Reports also indicate that Murray even set up an interview with a gaming industry personality Geoff Keighley on October and was reported to have cancelled the plans.
No Man's Sky's PC port is believed to be the version that requires the majority of the work. The current build may be playable, but the struggle is on performing in a number of configurations. Given that, the game studio may likely be making bug fixes a priority. Meanwhile, some reports claim that the game may have likely influenced indirectly the forthcoming PS4 exclusive The Last Guardian.
According to reports, game director Fumito Ueda, has been discussing some expectations in video games, including how their team uses it to motivate themselves. Ueda also believes that the fans may have possibly created unrealistic expectations, considering that the The Last Guarding has been spending years in development. He also said that it would be up to every one's level of expectation and imagination that they have built up according to what they have seen. Watch No Man's Sky Release Trailer