No Man’s Sky to launch in India soon, but the game has a few bugs
Hello Games action-adventure exploration game, No Man’s Sky was launched August 9 across North America and in Europe on August 10. The space exploration game had been turning a lot of heads long before it was launched, with its ability to let a player explore 18 quintillion prospective planets in the game in an almost unlimited universe. The game is launching in India tomorrow, and is already available on Amazon on pre-order, but early players have reported some bugs with the game.
“We’re tracking a number of issues, bugs and crashes that players are reporting, and working to resolve as soon as possible,” said Sean Murray on the No Man’s Sky website. “The number of people players, and length of average play session, has been far more than our small team could have anticipated. That said, we’re working quickly to adapt,” he added. This reminds us of the troubles Pokemon Go has been facing due to unprecedented number of players on the game, hampering servers.
There are reports of some players not receiving the pre-order bonus, but the website claims that it is mostly because they players have either not redeemed their bonus or haven’t used it correctly from the store.Read more ↓
“It has been reported that using the pre-order bonus ship will leave some players stranded, if they purchase or transfer to a new ship that does not have a hyperdrive (if done very early in game). In most cases the player is actually able to continue,” the website report says.
To improve on the game’s experience and to sort out the bugs, the Hello Games has hired a ‘quality assurance team’, whose main job is to quickly address the most critical issues with the game. Players of the game can expect a patch in the near future.
No Man’s Sky’s USP is the fact that the game revolves around four pillars of design – explore, survive, combat and trade. The game has no blueprint for what needs to be done, and allows the player to choose where to travel in the game and what to explore.
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