No Man's Sky is coming to Xbox One in July with multiplayer


This is an incredibly important update for us, but it's also just another step in a longer journey, and we'll continue to support No Man's Sky in this way for the foreseeable future. It looks like Microsoft knows that too well since this new update gives Xbox Live users the ability to login into their Discord accounts.

No Man's Sky will be getting a major multiplayer update on July 24th, 2018, along with its release on the Xbox One console, development studio Hello Games announced. Murray's basic description of what players can do is a bit reminiscent of Dark Souls' multiplayer where players can either help or hurt each others' experience. Now you'll be able to play online and explore the galaxies with company.

Landing with 4K resolution options and all the updates previously available on PS4 and PC, the so-called "NEXT" update seems to finally make good on the game's hoped-for multiplayer promise. Also, as the universe is shared, any bases you build can be visited by other players.

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He had no less than two fairly big things to reveal for No Man's Sky, one of them being the release date of the game for Xbox One.

While functionality has already been implemented to allow players to see one another as glowing orbs (but scarcely interact), this update will allow base building collaboration.

Speaking on Twitter, Hello Games' Sean Murray confirmed the procedural space exploration title is coming to Xbox One on July 24.