There’s something good coming in an upcoming patch for No Man’s Sky according to the game’s developer, Sean Murray.
Murray tweeted that a patch was in the works for the PS4 and PC versions of No Man’s Sky with seemingly high expectations.
“Awesome day at Hello Games, we’re going to make some people very happy with a PC and PS4 patch that’s in test right now,” Murray tweeted on Monday night.
Awesome day at Hello Games, we're going to make some people very happy with a PC and PS4 patch that's in test right now 🙂
— Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) August 15, 2016
No Man’s Sky was suffering some issues when it launched on PC on Friday and many PS4 players have complained of numerous crashes while playing. Hello Games issued an experimental patch last week on PC to address improve frame rate, AMD Phenom Support, Shader Caching and more.
After release, Murray revealed that the studio was working to address “critical issues.”
“For those this does not help, please know we are working to resolve these issues as soon as possible in a patch. This will include crash fixes also,” Murray wrote. “We sincerely apologise to anyone affected in the meantime.”