No Man & # 39; s Sky gamers create devoted rave planets
When the video game No Man’s Sky was first released on August 9, 2016, it was missing many of the core features that developers had promised gamers. At the time, the game was losing thousands of users, but English indie studio Hello Games worked tirelessly, successively offering massive, free patches to make it the fully functional game today.
With all of the new updates, players can do things they would never have dreamed of when they launched, including creating full "rave planets".
Lots of games like Minecraft, Fortnite, and Roblox are also embroiled in the virtual rave madness these days, but No Man & # 39; s Sky is the only one that offers both a fully customizable environment and AAA graphics.
Hello Games added a fully functional synthesizer to the game late last year that allows players to create unique music that can be heard by visitors. After the idea, a group of gamers known as The Galactic Hub “settled on two planets in Nobody's Sky that were in close proximity to each other and began building dozens of bases with music stages, meteor showers, and inventions called music combine with mini-games, ”reports Game Rant.
new Byteblast in the Rave Colony (PC normal) by NMSGalacticHub
The planets are called Lepios and Electric Diplo Carnival and each have their own ecosystems and planetary events. Hello Games released the Origins update for No Man’s Sky earlier this year, which dramatically increased the number of planets and made some important changes to the game's user interface. Up to 32 players team up to explore the afterlife on next-generation consoles. This is how you can create some very intimate settings for friends.
YOU DID IT … @NoMansSky WITH 32 PLAYERS ON A SINGLE PLANET
HOLY CRAP! pic.twitter.com/kJSYdyY1hM
– BruceCooper @ (@brucecoopertv) November 11, 2020
Go out and find the planets and have fun!
via Game Rant