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No Man's Sky Switch Version Won't Have Multiplayer at Launch

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No Man's Sky is often touted as one of the greatest redemption arcs in gaming history. Initially, while Hello Games had promised much with its space-faring survival title, it had failed to deliver on almost all of it, causing a major backlash from the video game community.

Fans were infuriated when No Man's Sky first dropped back in 2016. However, in the years following, the developers have added consistent free updates, expanding on the game and bringing multiple versions of No Man's Sky to the Xbox One, PS5, and Xbox Series X.The latest console to receive a No Man's Sky port is the Nintendo Switch.

To have a vast, explorative experience in the handheld design of the Switch is something that Hello Games' Sean Murray says «feels both completely natural and also totally improbable at the same time.» To have a game as big as No Man's Sky work on a console less powerful than a PS4 is no mean feat, especially with all the previous updates for the game coming to the new version as well.No Man's Sky Leviathan Trailer Reveals Time Loop and More New Content Coming in Expedition 7However, something that will notably be missing from No Man's Sky on the Switch is multiplayer.

Introduced back in 2018, multiplayer was something that had at first been promised to be part of the No Man's Sky experience, but was absent in the aforementioned poorly received launch.

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