'No Man's Sky' Patch Coming Soon? Hello Games Breaks Radio Silence On Twitter

Sweet, sweet albumen pearls.
Sweet, sweet albumen pearls. Hello Games

Back in September, reports revealed UK's' Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) are investigating No Man's Sky for false advertisement. Amid the controversy, there has been more a month of radio silence from Hello Games (last tweet was sent one Sept. 23). Creator Sean Murray hasn't sent a tweet since August. No doubt, fans of No Man's Sky are getting anxious. Finally, Hello Games' audio composer Paul Weir broke silence:

So there you have it! According to Weir, Hello Games is busy working on the next No Man's Sky patch. The details on the patch is limited, but Weir has provided hints in the past. In September, Weir mentioned that he is working on new music to add to the game, which will arrive in the first content update for No Man's Sky.

Obviously, music is the least of its problems. Before launch, No Man's Sky promised fans features including large-scale space combat, constructing buildings, and the possibility of meeting other players within the vast map. It's unclear what other features will be added in the next No Man's Sky update, but stay tuned as we expect to learn more in the weeks ahead.

Join the Discussion
Top Stories