Microsoft aired the third episode of their show Inside Xbox last night, and it was a lot juicier than previous ones, with one of the highlights being a visit from Sean Murray of the British studio Hello Games. 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.
It turns out No Man's Sky is coming for Xbox One on July 24, and will be enhanced for Xbox One X, but that's not all, as Murray also revealed that the promised multiplayer support (co-operative play) will be launched for the game together with the Xbox One version. He seemed to be relieved that it's finally happening as well, saying:
"It's a full multiplayer experience. This is something that I wish we could've done sooner, but I'm so glad it's happening."
PC and PlayStation 4 will get this update for free too, so there's plenty of fun for everyone. Are you glad to see that the game has been worked on and improved since launching in 2016?