Posted By: GamerDating - October 28, 2016
After an awful launch, No Man's Sky failed to deliver on many of its claims and selling points. Rage and hate filled the internet and Hello Games remained silent. Months of utter silence and no comments, responses or tweets and that all changed this morning.
Hello Games tweeted this morning that No Man's Sky was a mistake. The tweet was later deleted and the account set to private, while Polygon and Forbes confirm that the Tweet was no mistake, and further claim that Sean Murray himself posted it. Yet people still wonder if it was a hacker.
“The tweet is from me, but somebody from the team took it down,” Sean Murray wrote in the email. “We have not been coping well.”
Murray is not available for further comments but has updated Mashable and Forbes that “The tweet came from a disgruntled employee” and “We're currently trying to solve the issue internally.”
No Man's Sky was met with poor review and negative backlash after promised features of the game failed to deliver, after the launch Hello games remained deathly silent which only added to the upset and rage towards the game and studio. Now after months of silence... The game was a mistake.
.@NoMansSky 100% not hacked anymore... obviously those mails and that tweet were fake. Back to work 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻— Hello Games (@hellogames) October 28, 2016