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Hype Goes Down The Drain, No Man’s Sky loses 85% of its Players

No Man’s Sky launched with massive success earlier this month. Mr Sean Murray, Designer of No Man’s Sky expressed his gratitude for the massive release of their title.

No Man’s Sky was first shown in 2013 where Mr Sean Murray debuted the game himself claiming quite a lot features that were in the game. However, at the final release of the game, many gamers pointed out the absence of many features that Mr.Sean Murray promised in its original debut.

Related: No Man’s Sky Review – Did it Live Up To The Hype? 

Over the course of it’s time, No Man’s Sky was a mess on the PlayStation 4 and PC with many players reporting issues with frame drops, crashes and many other errors which made it a refund house, at least on Steam.

STEAM NO MANS SKY LAYERS

Some more of this has to do with the never ending world where players have to mine minerals and complete simple tasks to stay on the go. You can read our full review of No Man’s Sky here.

Overall, overtime, the hype for the game has been decreased quite alot, combining crashes with repetitive tasks, it’s not everyone’s taste.

Source: SteamSpy, GamerRevolution

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