That’s quite impressive because the game has been out since 2016. And yet, the developer still has put out an update pretty consistently over the years. They’re at it again and this time, it’s the Origins update.
Hello Games made this announcement on the game’s website, which is scheduled for next week. According to the developer, Origins is the start of something new. That’s pretty much all of the details they get into. It looks like they want to keep the lid on this update until next week, which you can’t blame them for.
They’ve given fans so much content over the years so what’s a little more waiting? In the interim, Origins will help drum up even more buzz for a fun space exploration game that has only gotten better with time.
It is intriguing to think about just how big and different this upcoming update will be. No Man’s Sky has already received VR support and additional online features. Gameplay has also dramatically improved over the years.
Hello Games did liken Origins to Foundation, the first major update for No Man’s Sky. It brought a lot of changes and if you’re taking the developer at its word, there’s no reason to think that Origins will be any different.
There are still so many ways this game can be improved, from new worlds to new exploration mechanics. VR support certainly upped the immersion, but the developer could go even further and give players some truly jaw-dropping environments to explore and alien creatures to interact with.
Whatever Hello Games has up their sleeves, we’ll soon find out in a couple of days. You can feel the excitement building within the community. Players are ready for something new and possibly ground-breaking. If you haven’t had the chance to play No Man’s Sky, these updates have been pretty consistent. That might get you to check it out for the first time.
Whether you like exploring new things or just want to come in contact with strange alien life, this game delivers a mysterious, yet enticing experience. Hello Games has stayed with the title after all these years and according to their current trajectory, it doesn’t look like this will change any time soon.