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While the trailer, features a number of folks wandering around and generally exploring various places together, the Nexus seems to be different from the previous multiplayer aspect of the game by featuring more robust, shareable odds and ends."No Man’s Sky Beyond aims to bring a huge range of features together into a cohesive whole," a PlayStation.Blog post from Hello Games founder Sean Murray states, "with expanded online, virtual reality and hundreds of changes big and small.” Offering support for PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Valve Index, the update will put players in the No Man’s Sky universe like never before, potentially offering VR players the most expansive videogame to date.

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The giant, upcoming update to the sci-fi exploration video game No Man's Sky , called No Man's Sky Beyond , is set to launch on August 14th, a week from tomorrow. As we've grown closer to release, the developers have shared more and more about it -- including the reveal of VR support earlier this year -- and now the launch trailer has released, and it shows off an entirely new multiplayer area called the Nexus. While the trailer, which you can see above, features a number of folks wandering around and generally exploring various places together, the Nexus seems to be different from the previous multiplayer aspect of the game by featuring more robust, shareable odds and ends.
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With incoming virtual reality (VR) support, the studio has just released a new trailer highlighting the expanded online element of the experience. No Man’s Sky always had an online multiplayer element but that could involve simply bumping into another player in the vast void of digital space. Whilst this feature will make No Man’s Sky a less lonely experience, it’s the addition of VR which should get enthusiasts of the tech excited. Offering support for PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Valve Index, the update will put players in the No Man’s Sky universe like never before, potentially offering VR players the most expansive videogame to date.
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As you probably know, a little game called No Man’s Sky is getting a VR update next week. That includes expanded multiplayer support, allowing you to team up with friends, meet up in space and venture off into the universe together. He explained that we call the Nexus, a shared social space that brings people together and lets them play with friends or join with random strangers like never before. This is an incredibly important update for us, but it’s also just another step in a longer journey, and we’ll continue to support No Man’s Sky in this way for the foreseeable future, Murray added.
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