Latest No Man's Sky update has officially been rolled out on Steam since last Friday, Nov. 11. With the ongoing internal update, there seems to be no trace still of Hello Games and Sean Murray.
No Man's Sky Internal Update On Steam
Hello Games continues to haunt No Man's Sky players (and non-players anymore) following the British game developer's ongoing silence about the controversy surrounding the game. The only development fans heard from Sean Murray and his team as of the latest is the internal update on Steam that has been on since last Friday, Nov. 11. On Steam, No Man's Sky maintains its record as the "worst" game ever released garnering 30.43 percent of ratings, the lowest in history for Steam.
Hello Games Slow On The Uptake
In the wake of the backlash coming in waves for the space sim, the internal update on Steam says a thing or two about Hello Games-it is not stopping in providing improvements for the game. However, Hello Games' remedying tactics seems too slow on the uptake for many players. Words straight from Murray's mouth is what these players perhaps have been waiting for too long. It can be recalled that the chief last tweeted Oct. 28 explaining that his account was hacked following a controversial post saying "No Man's Sky was a mistake." After that, silence fades in.
How Was The ASA Investigation?
Following the investigation launched by the U.K. Advertising Standards Authority, the last thing fans has heard is the new policy Steam had implemented. Steam started a new policy banning any screenshots that are not essentially taken from the game's final product from being posted and/or advertised. According to recent reports, this move is a by-product of Hello Games for No Man's Sky. Even so, this will only take effect once Steam goes on a major update soon.