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Hello Games has announced No Man’s Sky: Beyond, the next free update for its procedurally generated space exploration game. The update will consist of three components, but only one has been announced today: No Man’s Sky Online. Hello Games has offered almost no details on what Online will consist of, but it teases a “radical” new multiplayer experience.
Hello Games says the update will allow “players everywhere in the universe to meet and play together.” But beyond this short blurb, Hello Games isn’t sharing any details about what the update will involve, other than saying that the “changes are an answer to how we have seen people playing since the release of NEXT,” the game’s fourth major update which was released last year.
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