No Man’s Sky getting cross-platform multiplayer support this Thursday

No Man’s Sky getting cross-platform multiplayer support this Thursday

Out on Xbox and PC Sport Pass on the the same time.

Attend in Can even, Howdy Games launched its ever-increasing home sim No Man’s Sky might per chance be making its attain to Xbox One and PC Sport Pass this month, and that window has now narrowed even further, with open now scheduled for Thursday, 11th June. But that is now no longer all!

Alongside No Man’s Sky’s Sport Pass debut, the intergalactic exploration adventure – which has swelled to embody the likes of natural spaceships and huge stompy mechs within the old couple of months by myself – will also be receiving base-platform multiplayer enhance.

“At some point soon of the last six months,” explained Howdy Games in its announcement, “we had been quietly reworking the networking motivate-cease of the sport to derive all versions of the sport onto one single multiplayer contaminated”. To that cease, gamers from all platforms – whether or now no longer on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Steam, GOG, Windows 10, or in VR – will most certainly be ready to meet in No Man’s Sky’s Nexus to grab on missions or merely uncover the universe together, initiating the following day, 11th June.


“Making No Man’s Sky accessible to particular unusual audiences, and allowing those audiences to realize together, has been something now we had been constructing in direction of for a really long time,” Howdy Games wrote, “We’re fortunate to luxuriate in one amongst the nicest and most welcoming gaming communities there is, and or now no longer it is a satisfaction so that you just can enable them to play together.”

As properly as to base-platform enhance, Thursday’s update guarantees a different of other multiplayer enhancements, including improved lobbies, speech to text, and better fireteams – and to boot they’re going to be accompanied by VR tweaks and more traditional quality of life improvements, all of that are detailed in No Man’s Sky’s newest patch notes.

Howdy Games says this week will trace “the first most crucial moment of what is going to optimistically transpire to be an eventful summer season for us and for the No Man’s Sky neighborhood”.