The cosmic scale of the No Man’s Sky game space makes it difficult for players to establish enduring relationships between them. But thanks to the latest updates introduced by Hello Games, and an increase in users, behaviors between them also begin to change, creating a social fabric within the increasingly sophisticated game. One of the best examples of this is the birth of the first cities within No Man’s Sky.
This initiative arises in response to dense population centers in No Man’s Sky that begin to emerge, logically, in points concrete galaxies especially interesting for their resources. Andy Krycek, an important member of Galactic Hub, perhaps the largest community of users of the game, you have reviewed for Kotaku the curious story of how players are trying to establish colonies within No Man’s Sky, whose purpose is to make life easy of the players in the space vacuum.
One of the biggest problems with these spatial colonists is that, when settling a large number of players in a same area, the game starts with slow down, coming at a time when the games are difficult and difficult to play Another member of the community, Nevadander, has a much more ambitious goal: to create a superstructure combining the bases of several players, and to do so without the performance of the game suffering. Despite some early settlements that did not become viable, their team is learning to use different tricks to overcome these barriers, using ships and orbital structures to form the first stable settlements.
It’s a very long and full of obstacles, but both fans agree that they do not want the cities to be introduced to the game through an update, but that they believe it is something that players should be able to create settlements naturally, surpassing themselves all the problems. A praiseworthy effort led by these pioneers and that can mean an important milestone in the history of this title. Equally remarkable is the disinterested and magnificent work of this other player to rebuild the cathedral of Notre-Dame in No Man’s Sky.