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No Man’s Sky PC Version Still Has Glitches As Developers Try To Fix Issues

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Just released three days ago, it seems that Hello Games is still struggling to correct some of the bugs on their No Man’s?Sky PC version. Shortly after the game?s release, the developer also did a follow up by releasing an update patch for the game.

Prior to the patch, a lot of users have been complaining about the game. Some of them reported that the game is practically unplayable. From frame rate drops to massive glitches, gamers are just pulling on their hair in frustration. Others even reported more sinister issues like stuttering and crashing. This has led many players to give the game negative reviews on Steam.

In response to these complaints, Hello Games founder Sean Murray has been actively posting on his Twitter account on ways of solving the current game issues. Some of his Tweets mention about installing the newest video card drivers and making sure that the graphics card is above minimum required specification.

Hello Games also released a few workarounds regarding some of the in-game glitches. According to their support page:

  • If you believe you are stuck, or can?t reach your ship, be aware that you can jetpack forever whilst pushing against any surface.
  • If you have made a mistake – you can revert to any of your two previous saves in the Options Menu.
  • If you have left you ship somewhere inaccessible, you will be able to summon it from landing pads or beacons found at most building or points of interest (marked by a question mark).
No Man's Sky PC Version

Sean Murray (via ign.com)

In addition to these workarounds, Hello Games has also setup a new QA team that is essentially bigger than the actual gaming development team. The said team will complement the existing Sony QA team. The company also hired someone to handle all the complaints sent to them via their ticketed support system. They also assured the users that they are currently working on another patch and that they intend to release it as soon as possible.

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