The Nintendo Switch version of No Mans Sky will not
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The Nintendo Switch version of No Man’s Sky will not have multiplayer at launch

portal Nintendo life noticed that in Hello Games releases on the release date of the Switch version of No Man’s Sky contains information about the gameplay restriction that buyers of the game will face on the Nintendo hybrid console.

    Image Source: Hello Games

Image Source: Hello Games

It was previously reported that No Man’s Sky will be content-complete on the Nintendo Switch as all 20 major updates are included. However, as it turned out, this is not entirely true.

According to a post from Hello Games, the Switch version of No Man’s Sky will be able to offer a single-player experience exclusively at launch. Multiplayer support will probably appear later in the project.

    In No Man's Sky you can join groups of up to four people - in a star system up to 32 (PC) or 8 (console) players can play

In No Man’s Sky you can join groups of up to four people – in a star system up to 32 (PC) or 8 (console) players can play

Recall that player interaction appeared in No Man’s Sky with Atlas Rises (August 2017), while co-op had to wait until the next patch (July 2018). The mode was further expanded in Beyond (August 2019).

The Switch version of No Man’s Sky will be available both digitally and at retail on October 7th. It looks like the game will receive content updates on the hybrid console along with editions for other target platforms.

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