Stay tuned for more "No Man's Sky" news. The primary "No Man's Sky" subreddit was eventually purged, according to reports. Perhaps Xbox users could expect the game to be around at least next year. The information came via Paul Weir, the game's audio chief when a fan asked about the studio head's condition. Some justifiable Reddit posts have said so, and Murray is busy with the team as a patch is in the works.
In September, the president of Sony's Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, said he understood some of the complaints from players who felt the game's final build failed to deliver on what its marketing campaign promised prior to its release.
It's safe to say that people would have been more forgiving if this was a $20-30 game but as a full-priced release, No Man's Sky is severely lacking in meaningful content.
While it is odd for a game studio to not maintain constant and direct communication with gamers, it's not hard to imagine why Hello Games went silent on all fronts.
No Man's Sky Steam reviews have hit a new low, following the recent drama involving the game's subreddit.
Now we wait to see where the No Man's Sky circus stops next. In response to one fan's anxious tweet about the game and Murray, the sound designer said that "Sean is fine and we're all busy on the next patch".
Hello Games has recently reacted to the overwhelming feedback from its players since the release of their game.
While neither Murray or the game studio is required to update gamers, it is still seen as an unusual move.
Gamers claimed that No Man's Sky was monotonous, boring and worst of all, the ending was terrible.