No Man's Sky will FINALLY get multiplayer/content in July

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In addition to that, the developers also announced that the game would finally be coming to the Xbox One.

Today, Microsoft announced that the May update is now available to all Xbox One users, after reporting to the Insider program and receiving feedback.

The long-awaited No Man's Sky multiplayer big content update will be releasing on July 24th for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC.

For more social interactivity, the update also adds a new sharing feature that lets you trim your recent game captures directly from the Guide to enable direct posting to Twitter. Hello Games co-founder Sean Murray confirmed the news during an Inside Xbox live stream.

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Nearly everything in the game will be available in the new cooperative multiplayer mode.

The new update will allow players to group, build, race, survive or just explore in the massive world of No Man's Sky.

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. This includes exploring the universe and attacking other teams to epic space battles. Murray's basic description of what players can do is a bit reminiscent of Dark Souls' multiplayer where players can either help or hurt each others' experience. Race exocraft across weird alien terrains, creating race tracks and trails to share online'.

Murray did not give any sort of player cap or limit on how many people you can squad up with.