No Man’s Sky add Cross-Platform Support

This Space Exploration title now supports cross-platform Multiplayer

No Man’s Sky is among the popular exploration video game released back in 2016. This Space exploration Title launched today (11th June) on Xbox Game Pass. Players having Xbox subscriptions can enjoy the game now. Recently, the developer, Hello Games made an official announcement about No Man’s Sky – the game from now onwards will support cross play between all the platforms. This means players can explore and enjoy the game together from PC, Xbox or PlayStation regardless.

“Making No Man’s Sky available to vast new audiences, and allowing those audiences to come together, has been something we’ve been building towards for a long time,” wrote developer Sean Murray.

“A tremendous amount of work has gone into this update and the underlying technology and systems,” Murray wrote. “We’ve moved to an entirely new networking architecture, with more flexibility for the future, allowing players to play together regardless of platform.”

About No Man’s Sky

No Mans sky is already available on Steam, and  Microsoft finally have it in Xbox Game Pass. The title may get the Windows Pc Release soon.  Since the release, No Man’s sky went through a number of changes from several updates like multiplayer support, virtual reality, space fleet management to a number of expansions in game.

This space exploration game has a great number of player base. Explore the planet as traveller and advance in a game that mainly focuses on exploration, survival, combat, and trading.

Very few games are only limited to multiplayer cross platform includes Fortnite, Need for Speed Heat, Minecraft and few other. Cross platform support not only maes the game more interesting and fun but also allow you to meet new people and connect to play with your friend’s world wide.

Sean Murray also wrote they’re planning to expand the title by adding a few more contents in coming days.

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