No Man´s Sky Discussion
Trainer Tools and Resources
"Lying" is a big word, he might just changed his mind for whatever reason
[Edited by B4Marc, 8/10/2016 7:24:29 PM]
But then just before the game went live, he tweeted about how there was never any multiplayer, and how people completely misunderstood him. To which of course people responded by posting videos of him specifically stating there was multiplayer. lol
Even the EU box for the PS4 version has a sticker on the back, saying it's a single player game. The sticker covers the icon showing that it is a multiplayer game.
And there's the infamous video of the two streamers who met up in the same place on the same planet... both being online at the time and connected to the server... and neither could see the other.
Like Gamestar here ...
so there is the option that u can play it offline but cant name Planets Animals and stuff like that.
I think a infinite money, infinite resources, suit energy/enviromental damage, ship shield/thruster/warp core, multi-tool energy/overheat would be good because the game doesn't allow the player to upgrade the ship without buying a new one or finding a crashed one and repairing it, that is basically the same concept for the multi-tool as well but you get them through dialogue choices with encountered aliens. The suit gets upgraded by finding drop-pods on the planet surface then spending money to upgrade, so a few paths to take here on how to do it.
Thanks guys, look forward to your decision.
As you fly around you name planets and creatures and such, and those names can be uploaded to the server. The first person to find a thing gets their given name used as the item's new name.
However you do not directly interact with other players in any way. There's no co-op or competitive play involved.
And you can choose to play the game entirely offline if you want.
Apparently one thing that's been suggested, is to play offline to make money. Until you go online, you won't see what's been named by others. So you can run around naming everything yourself. Once you go online, the name list will be updated. So anything you found first will have your given name, and everything else will have what others named.
The key point to this is that you get money for being the first to find something. So if you're playing offline, you're essentially the first to find everything you come across. So you'll make money for everything you've found. Once you're online, the things you can find yourself will drop drastically.
One of the big complaints is that a lot of the PS4 players have already started seeing many planets and creatures that have already been named. Supposedly everyone was supposed to start in the far corners of the galaxy, and it was going to take ages to find another player, or content found by others. But as it turns out, everyone actually starts in tight groups in "starter zones" (something else Sean Murray lied about). So starting the game, many people are going to come across the same content. Which is very disappointing.
Why bother having quintillions of planets, if you're going to put everyone together in the same cluster of them?
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