No Man’s Sky recently updated to support PS VR2 and to introduce the Fractal update. This 2023 but it’s just started and the team seems to have a variety of things on their hands surprises for this year. Sean Murray, founder of Hello Games, said the next few months will be even better than 2022.
we remember this in 2022 No Man’s Sky hasn’t seen a number of expeditions alongside major updates like Sentinel, Outlaws, Leviathan, Endurance, and Waypoint. Also added Steam Deck and Nintendo Switch support.
In other words, it’s been a busy year for the team but this seems like just the beginning. In full, Murray wrote, “We have planned an even bigger year for 2023, where PS VR2 support is just the starting point.”
murray He’s known for his tendency to comment with great optimism about his team’s future offerings, but it’s undeniable that Hello Games has been incredibly supportive of their games. We’ll have to see what’s actually released for No Man’s Sky in the coming months, but for now we can wait and hope the game is packed with even more content and news.
Finally, we leave you with the PlayStation VR2 launch trailer of No Man’s Sky.