No Man’s Sky: A Year On With No Gameplay Improvements

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It is almost a year since Hello Games launched No Man’s Sky and the controversial game has continued to remain active in the market. Despite not living up to the expectations of the masses, No Man’s Sky has never stopped receiving support from Hello Games.

We have seen the developer releasing a lot of patches and new contents to No Man’s Sky but they never really managed to make big improvements to the gaming experience.

The biggest problem with these updates is none of them address the poor core gameplay loop that is decidedly not fun. One example is with the latest Pathfinder update. The DLC comes with the ability to make and share “race tracks” so you can challenge others to beat your time. This is something which players are not interested in

In short, No Man’s Sky experienced no gameplay improvements. All it has is more contents that have little positives on the game. It is a dead title that should not have happened and we can’t see how this will aid Hello Games in the future.


  1. NMSCollective

    July 12, 2017 at 3:43 am

    Please keep making articles like this, the less people that know about this game the better. The game is only boring for the uninspired, unoriginal sheep that are used to games telling them what to do, where to go. So, the more people that think the game is bad, the better. Keep them out of the community.

  2. Oitomale

    July 12, 2017 at 4:07 am

    I have to disagree with this article, that seems to be written by someone who actually never played the game.
    No Man’s Sky is unique in its gameplay and it does not fit all the player, neither that is its purpose.
    The latest updates have been massive and have brought new dimensions to the game. In my case, I don’t use all the new gameplay activities (building huge bases, farming, exocraft, etc) as I like simply to explore new new planets and moons.

    Please, improve your articles. At least No Man’s Sky is making an effort to be better, let’s see if that is also the case of this website.

  3. Rupert Dubear

    July 12, 2017 at 4:59 am

    I see the NOMANSSKYTHEGAME subreddit are totally butt hurt about this highly accurate article. The moderators offer a biased one sided view of this game and ban the accounts of users who point out negative things about this shambles of a game. Hello Games do not have the descency to address their customers about to the lies they told even a year after release. A total disgrace!