No Man's Sky Crack/Patch

No Man's Sky No Man’s Sky is an exploration and survival game set in an infinite procedurally generated universe. Whether a distant mountain or a planet hanging low on the horizon, you can go forth there. You can fly seamlessly from the surface of a planet to another, and every star in the sky is a sun that you can visit. Where you’ll go and how fast you’ll make you way through this universe is your decision. Explore uncharted solar systems and catalog unique new forms of life. Every planet’s landscape is different from the next and populated by species never before encountered. Acquire ancient artifacts that may reveal the secrets behind the universe. Choose whether to share your discoveries with other players. You won’t see them, but they’re exploring the same universe in parallel; perhaps you’ll make your mark on their worlds as well as your own. Every solar system, planet, ocean and cave is filled with danger, and - make no mistake - you are vulnerable. Your ship and suit are fragile, and every encounter may test your skills to the limit. From dog-fighting in space to first-person combat on a planet’s surface, you will face foes ready to overwhelm you. One mistake could see you lose it all. In No Man’s Sky, every victory and every defeat is permanent. The voyage that stands before you cannot be taken lightly. You must prepare. Collect precious resources on the surfaces of planets and trade them for the ships, suits and equipment that will take you to your destiny in the stars.

Download No Man's Sky Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 63 / 100
User rating
2.7
Downloads 16813
Genre Action, General, Action Adventure, Open-World
Company / Developer
Hello Games / Hello Games

No Man's Sky reviews ( 7 )

vesperdem, Aug 13, 2016

First off, I want to state that I am not having any of the problems that were reported minutes after the games release yesterday (8/12/2016). I am seeing a few stutters in the frame rate, but that's really about it. I love exploration games. Flight Simulator, Train Simulator, Minecraft, Creativerse, 7 Days to Die, Fallout 4 the GTA franchise even Starbound. I can spend hours just wandering around looking at what the game or developer generated for me to explore. No Man's Sky is pretty much the ultimate version of that type of game. With 18 Quintillion world in just one (of possibly many) galaxies, there is just no limit to my exploration bug. World generation is crazy, making Minecraft look tame, The creatures and plants that live on these worlds are straight out of 1960's SciFi book covers and comic books. There is even an underlying story to the four major races in the game (if there are four, I have only found one so far). If I had any complaints, it would be inventory management or the early lack of inventory space is a pain. However I could say the same for pretty much every game I mentioned above. You can fairly quickly start increasing those spaces by finding objects on the planets that will increase your suits inventory. A nit pick would be that planets usually don't bunch up together like they have here. There should be planets all around their star. I should have to fly past the star to get to planets that might be on the other side. Not the case here. They are all pretty much bunched up together. Physics wouldn't allow this, but hey. It's a game not a true simulator. That's really it. The fact that there is probably one one "hand drawn" object in the game, the main alien races mentioned earlier. Everything else is put together by the game, Ships, Multi-tool guns, plants, animals, planets, everything. So far, they all look fantastic. If you are into Minecraft, Creativerse, 7 Days to Die, you will be dropping those games in favor of No Man's Sky for quite some time. I absolutely recommend this one!

PeterPK, Aug 29, 2016

Last 5 or maybe 8 years I am bored of video games and didn't play anyone more than 10 minutes. But NMS... Already played 30 hours and want to continue. Really like this game. This game is for real Sci-Fi true fans.

OrionDarkwood, Jan 16, 2017

No Man's Sky was a game filled with overhyped gameplay and expections. Does that mean its a bad game. Yes and No No Man's Sky (NMS) succeeds in creating the environment of a explorer in the vast reaches of space. The joy of discovery, of repairing your ship to take to the stars and then to upgrade your ship to go to other worlds faster and better than before. The progression from surival to exploration to mastery of the stars. However it fails on some basic design flaws: * Why does almost every trader, explorer and random alien you meet look and sound almost the same. * Why do you have to discover all the elements or basic designs. Any high school student can name a fair amount of the perodic table. So why can't the scanner in the game identify basic elements. * After your first couple of dozen worlds, you realize how much sameness the NMS has. * Do you really need 16 quintillion planets to explore when creating a slice of the universe with a few hundred worlds would occupy one's time for a while. And one could put more resources into creating more engaging worlds than alot that look like rehashes of the one's you have already seen. * Random starting points are okay, but aleast make the starting world a little more newbie friendly. The first two times I started a new game I started on a radioactive planet with little oxygen. * Why can't my ship scanners locate elements and plot them out for me, why must I hack relays to get the knowledge that should come from a decent onboard computer. * No Autopliot or Fast Travel * No real focus or compelling reason to get to the center of the galaxy. If you want to put that as the focus you could easily say humans just got FTL travel and you are one of many explorers to do the Star Trek thing aka Seek out and explore bold new worlds

GarethK, Sep 23, 2016

The game is devoid of the features promised by Sean Murray in the build up to this games release. Possibly to the point of being illegal. Do not take the risk on this game as Steam are being very difficult in offering refunds. The game is poorly executed, badly optimised, hollow with it's only redeeming feature being it's soundtrack and colour palette Oh and major spoiler, when you get to the centre of the galaxy you are made to start again, that's it... nothing else.

Amulrei, Aug 20, 2016

I have not seen such a collection of lies, bugs and terrible PC porting in a single package for many years. Get your refund and never look back. Developers this dishonest do not deserve to be in the industry.

Supereme, Feb 28, 2017

This is Tottally very very Bad that It will take 585 billion years to complete and I will never ever lose Hatred on this game for the rest of my life And I will destroy it

Curunir, Aug 13, 2016

An offensive, hideous score for an offensive, hideous PC release. After waiting for two years, I was presented with a stutterfest of Arkham / JCause 3 proportions, that is, for all intents and purposes, unplayable due to hideous performance.