Wouldn't be surprised to see PSVR support held back :(
Reprojection / timewarp / etc. help to maintain super low latency in terms of when you turn your head the world moves. This can counter a tiny bit of added latency from streaming the game, as well as obviously using wireless standards that are super fast.
At this point i'd bet on August 9th or something, the anniversary of the game's release.
I hope that’s true but I won’t get my hopes up too much.
I hadn't really considered this...the concentration of stuff around the center has to be significantly higher at this point, right? I know some people in the community have set up camps and trade routes in specific posts, seems like near the center of the galaxy would be perfect.Last weekend I fired up NMS after a couple of months hiatus. I spent a few hours and finally achieved my goal of getting to the center of the Euclid galaxy. I haven't jumped through the center yet, I'm more interested in exploring around the edge looking for player created structures.
Sure, provided you know someone on your platform of choice that currently is near the center. I don't and for some reason I haven't been able to join a random person's game in a long time.I hadn't really considered this...the concentration of stuff around the center has to be significantly higher at this point, right? I know some people in the community have set up camps and trade routes in specific posts, seems like near the center of the galaxy would be perfect.
At this point, can't you just join someone's game to get there instead of going through the whole ordeal of jumping / repairing your ship?
Yeah I noticed that too. The first system I warped to on the edge of the center-point was named "I got here first, LMAO".
Once more, speculation here, but an Apple Arcade release seems to be what’s next. In an email sent out marketing the service, a picture of No Man’s Sky has appeared on Apple TV. Apple Arcade is available across iOS, tvOS, and macOS devices, so we might be able to play this open world title across any device we please.
It sure would be interesting, but a bit of a let down if it ends up being the unannounced 3rd big part of the update.Forgive me for the bump without any info, but I hadn't seen this before:
Hello Games, the markers of No Man’s Sky, have had a fucking BRUTAL past few years since the launch of No Man’s Sky. Promising so much and then not delivering …jackofallcontrollers.com
Will be very interesting to see if this launches on multiple platforms, and if they find a way to enable cross-saves through some kind of cloud service. If I could play in VR at my home, and then play on my iPad Pro away from home...oh man, I'm in. Though, again, I'm not confident it will perform like it needs to on smaller devices (which is why I'm weary). Could always be a companion game, maybe?
I think there's possibility for it to be a huge boon for the game, but again, it really depends on what it is and how it's implemented (if it's real at all). I'm feeling like the image may just be a bunch of place holders, because the description there feels very different from the tone of NMS, lol. I'm not sure how "heart warming and beautiful" fits with NMS.
Sorry about that, I'm really antsy so I basically pick up any and every article I can daily through a google search...and apparently we're not the only ones who are anxious. There's been an article published every other day for the last two weeks from differing news outlets. People WANT the news...but Hello Games is just very, very slow getting out...which makes me think they either have hit some road blocks that are preventing them from a timely release, or they're just having a difficult time optimizing it.
I think that’s dependent on whether or not progression carries over between versions.
Just as long as it's before September, lol. I have an assload of Freelance work headed my way in September, and I'm in no way excited to fight off temptation.
I don’t know, I can’t imagine their account was hacked. For a bunch of guys who built a procedurally generated universe, I find it hard to believe their password would be 1234.Sean had set an automated retweet for 1 Aug:
My guess is he set it back in December and forgot about it. It probably means nothing, but at least people going crazy over it on reddit is entertaining.
EDIT: link not working, changed it.
EDIT2: their Facebook account posted a message saying that Beyond will release on the 14th of August. It used the same layout as the one for NEXT and was promptly removed. Probably a hack.
Well, that might be true, but the post was really weird for being a mistake. It was exactly identical to the one announcing NEXT, but instead of NEXT they had put Beyond and they changed the date to the 14th of August. Why reuse the old post if they wanted to announce Beyond?I don’t know, I can’t imagine their account was hacked. For a bunch of guys who built a procedurally generated universe, I find it hard to believe their password would be 1234.
I think it’s more likely it was a scheduled post and the date is still up in the air.
I work in marketing, and believe me when I say Copy & Paste culture is strong amongst our ilk. I just don't think they were "hacked". More than likely it was just a botched post, and nothing more.Well, that might be true, but the post was really weird for being a mistake. It was exactly identical to the one announcing NEXT, but instead of NEXT they had put Beyond and they changed the date to the 14th of August. Why reuse the old post if they wanted to announce Beyond?
Does the ESRB usually rate big patches like this? Being rated likely means another re-release, no?