I’ve loved browsing the No Man’s Sky subreddit for months now. Yes, some users could be overly passionate at times but it’s very rare to have seen so much hype and excitement surrounding one game. It’s been a treat to behold. Amid reports today from the user daymeeuhn of the bugs that riddle the game, the mood has taken a sharp turn.
Here’s just a few of the comments I picked up on as I was browsing the thread.
Thank you daymeeuhn. This is the moment the bubble has burst. NMS is no longer this game that is only in people’s imagination. It can no longer be this perfect game people’s dreams are riding on. Reality has hit. Now we have some real information, and can talk about the game critically.
Yeah, disappointing to say the least.
My hope is that maybe, just maybe someone in HG sees the bug reports and says “oh shit maybe we should Day 1 patch fix that” if they don’t already have it planned. You’ll see all the good stuff eventually yourself – but wouldn’t you rather the focus be on the BAD stuff before the game launches, to potentially give them time to fix it?
Fine tuning that could’ve been done in the 4 years of development? Don’t be delusional.
Never ever implied that. But a lot of games get damn near close, or are you just going off the wave of bad indie/AAA games in recent years? His game literally crashed his ps4 a multitude of times, pretty big bug if you ask me.
These aren’t minor bugs dude. They literally break the game.
Yeah no. A game souldn’t be crahing 20 times in 40 hours of gameplay.
This is literally damage control, again, don’t be delusional. See it for what it is, accept it, hope they patch it out. Does it make the game bad? No, but it makes it literally unplayable. Unfortunately though, most of my points I made earlier before the leaks are comming true. Oh well