No Man’s Sky will have a full Steam Deck at launch, with touch controls



Hello Games has been in tears for the past few years, releasing tons of free content and updates for No Man’s Sky, the space exploration game that was a disastrous mess at launch. It’s received so many updates since then, however, that a dedicated playerbase has now been cultivated around this game and it doesn’t look like it’s going anytime soon.

The all-new Sentinel update brings tons of new features to the game, including new mecha enemies that players can encounter on planets. That’s not the only exciting thing about the Sentinel update, as Hello Games’ Sean Murray also announced via Twitter that this update also brings full Steam Deck support.

You can check it out in action below:

When the Steam Deck launches, players will be able to enjoy No Man’s Sky in all its glory in handheld mode, and even use the console’s built-in touch controls. The Steam Deck is set to release later this month. No Man’s Sky is now available on PC and consoles.


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