No Man’s Sky update: Murray ‘fine,’ team working on next update


LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 15:  Hello Games, Sean Murray demonstrates "No Man's Sky" during the Sony E3 press conference at the  L.A. Memorial Sports Arena on June 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. The Sony press conference is held in conjunction with the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) which focuses on gaming systems and interactive entertainment, featuring introductions to new products and technologies.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

After his studio being flagged for investigation by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), the massive backlash on what was a hugely special game to him, and just events in general, we’d imagine Sean Murray isn’t doing too well just now.

Well, apparently, he’s ‘fine.’ We’re glad to hear it, because he doesn’t really deserve half the trouble he’s been receiving recently. Some of the more sympathetic, caring fans have reached out to the studio to ask how they’re doing (via, Express).

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Someone on the team replied, too; Audio Chief Paul Weir. He offered the following, in regards to the team,  their current plans for No Man’s Sky, and Sean Murray.

Sean is fine and we’re all busy on the next patch.

And replying to concerns regarding Hello Games’s silence (I don’t blame them), he replied:

I’m afraid I have nothing useful to say. It’s entirely up to Hello or Sean as to when they want to talk publicly.

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This news follows shortly after it was determined that No Man’s Sky is now the lowest rated Steam game of all time.

Hopefully the team is doing well; and I’m excited to see what’s in store for No Man’s Sky in future updates. For all the best on No Man’s Sky, Hello Games, and more, keep an eye on Fraghero.