Proper multiplayer is hitting No Man's Sky at last

Proper multiplayer is hitting No Man's Sky at last

After a period of testing with Xbox Insiders, Microsoft is saying today that the Xbox One May Update (Version 1805) should now be rolling out to all consoles around the world. It will presumably launch concurrent to the Xbox One version.

On July 24th, No Man's Sky will hit the Xbox One with all of the previously released updates and one massive new feature: Multiplayer. In listening to the community's requests, users now have the option to link their Discord account to their Xbox account, making it easier to see what your friends are playing on Xbox Live. Now Hello Games seems to want to fulfill some of its original promises which will allow you to group up with friends, encounter strangers, and work together to build bases or hunt down other players. Here, you will see a new option for linking your Discord account. If you like to steam with music in the background, it's now possible to selectively balance the game audio against background music within the Guide.

In the Guide, users can now trim game clips, meaning that you no longer have to switch to the Upload Studio. The May Xbox One Update features Discord and 120Hz Refresh Rate support and improvements to the family settings and Xbox Accessories App.

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The game now does have a limited form of multiplayer, but with the update, players will be able to interact with other players better, such as grouping up with them to survive, build, race, and relax.

New button commands: The "View" button, or the "Select" button if you're nasty, can now rearrange items on the Home screen.

Microsoft has more details about these upgrades and changes on its blog right here.

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