What you need to know
- No Man's Sky first released in 2016 on PS4 and PC.
- Since then, it's come to Xbox One and has received numerous content updates.
- No Man's Sky is getting cross-play across all platforms starting tomorrow.
Developed by Hello Games, No Man's Sky released back in 2016 and since then, there's been several major updates adding new features and things for players to do in the vastness of the open universe.
Today, Hello Games co-founder Sean Murray shared the news that No Man's Sky is getting cross-play support. This means players on all platforms can team up and build or fight together across the vastness of space.
The update allowing cross-play is set to be available sometime tomorrow. No features will be held back, so you're free to do everything you normally do — except now, there won't be any platform restrictions.
Into the heavens
No Man's Sky: Beyond is packaged in a physical release, with all the new updates printed on the disc, so everything is in one easy location.
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