The No Man's Sky Beyond update is less than a week away, and the launch trailer for the game has already been released for those to see (via Eurogamer). The game has come a long way since it was released back in 2016, and according to Hello Games, Beyond will grow the game even further. No Man's Sky Beyond itself is still set to arrive on August 14, but at least you can enjoy the trailer's scenes of lush foliage, expanded multiplayer, and unusual new monolithic technologies until then.
Murray says Hello Games will share more information about other parts of No Man's Sky Beyond "very soon", adding that this update feels like the most important one for the game yet. Taking on a mission lets players around you know you've started one, and they can choose to join in. While the game initially disappointed at launch, the team at Hello Games put their heads down and got to work on various improvements, leading to several huge free updates.
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The new gameplay trailer gives us a much better look at the Beyond update compared to the previous teaser.
Depending on the platform, you will see 16-32 players in Nexus and you will also see them "in the wild" - this includes those playing the game in VR. No Man's Sky: Beyond officially launches next week on the 14th of August. Considering the volatile reaction the game received shortly after launch, staying relatively quiet ahead of a new update's release is probably a good idea, lest Hello Games over-promises and under-delivers again.
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No Man's Sky: Beyond is an ambitious enhancement to this procedural universe, hoping to keep current players happy, interest lapsed players in coming back and hopefully enticing new ones into the fold.
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