No Man's Sky Beyond is planned for Summer 2019.More news: Netflix confirms Madeleine McCann documentary date
Hello Games will apparently reveal more details about No Man's Sky Beyond in the coming weeks and months leading up to its release, including the nature of the other two updates that will join with No Man's Sky Online. No Man's Sky already has support for multiplayer, which was further expanded in NEXT, but it seems that No Man's Sky Online is going to take multiplayer to a new level.
No Man's Sky: Beyond is the next evolution of what began with the game's last major update, No Man's Sky NEXT, which introduced the beginning of Hello Games' multiplayer plan, a third-person perspective, and much more. The "colossal" patch will add a new social and multiplayer experience to Hello Games' sprawling exploration-based sci-fi title, bringing players together "like never before".More news: Williams is hampered by a "fundamental" problem with design according to Russell
While No Man's Sky Online will borrow elements from the MMO scene, however, don't expect any subscription fees or microtransactions. It remains to be seen how No Man's Sky: Beyond will affect the game's rather mixed legacy. I'm assuming this means that everyone won't exist on servers, where you could potentially run into hundreds or thousands of players all flying around the same instance, but it's not clear yet. Fly smoothly from deep space to planetary surfaces, with no loading screens, and no limits.
Thoughts on the latest content to arrive later this year? Beyond will include three big changes to the game, but right now the team is only talking about one.More news: World shocked amid right-wing terror attacks on mosques