What a surprise! Sean Murray and his team have just announced that No Man’s Sky will be updated this week with a much-requested feature: Crossplay. Starting tomorrow, PS4, Xbox One, and PC users who own this title will be able to play together regardless of their platform, although this is not the only important news about the game.
First of all, No Man’s Sky will arrive at Xbox Game Pass tomorrow, on June 11, both on console and on PC with a special version for Windows 10. According to the study on its website, its premiere on the service It will mean the arrival of many players to No Man’s Sky, and that is why they have spent the last few months working hard on their network code to finally implement cross-game functions.
“We are excited to announce that starting tomorrow, PS4 players, Xbox One players, and PC players will all be able to explore, travel, survive, create, and trade together, ” says Murray on his website. “With a lot of excitement, No Man’s Sky will join what is currently a small group of games featuring crossover multiplayer.” Along with this feature, tomorrow’s update will also introduce a few improvements to the game.
On the one hand, new accessibility options are introduced in voice chat, with adjustments to transcribe the audio from voice to text and translate it automatically. The VR game has also been polished with the possibility of seeing your full body, among other options, in addition to improving the groups and introducing a few new features regarding the quality of life of the title, which you can consult in the patch notes.
No Man’s Sky got off to a rough start when it went on sale in 2016, but since then Hello Games hasn’t stopped working on the title with numerous updates and improvements over the years. Last April the Exo Mech update was released with new vehicles, but if you have not yet tried the game, and you are considering giving it a chance now that it arrives at Game Pass, here is the analysis of No Man’s Sky NEXT.