Nvidia Shield TV Confirms No Man's Sky; Microsoft Version An Illusion? Alleged Update Revealed!

Jan 20, 2017 09:30 PM EST | Jayde Marvynne Zamora

It is confirmed! Nvidia will release No Man's Sky on the Shield TV and can be played instantly with Ge Force Now. The game title No Man's Sky is a console exclusive for PS4, now it has ventured out to Shield TV.

Nvidia is happy to announce that No Man's Sky game for Shield TV is in the latest update which is version 1.13. Therefore, it incorporates the Foundation Update patch and other No Man's Sky features a la PS4.

But, there is a bit of a setback regarding this news. Gamers need to purchase the game for $59.99 on the Ge Force Now store. The price package will include "instant, and unlimited, streaming rights on SHIELD and a digital download code for Steam," says Express.

Now that Nvidia has confirmed the game title, when will Microsoft introduce it to Xbox One? Well, there is not much of a comment from Microsoft. Up to this date, the company has not provided any information regarding this matter, therefore, consider the plan an illusion.

In other news, No Man's Sky is alleged to be releasing a new update. As previously reported, there is still no certainty whether the update will be a major or another "bug fix" update. Today, bits of information regarding this alleged update has revealed. A google document surfaced on the internet unveiling the possibility of launching land vehicles.

According to this source, the possible vehicles to be implemented ranges from ATV/buggy-style ride to jetpacks. Also, vehicle boost system and photo cannons will be available. This will be an exciting update since it adds more mobility in exploring planets. As of the moment, Hello Games have not confirmed the said allegation, therefore, fans should take it with a grain of salt.

What are your thoughts about No Man's Sky and Shield TV? Share it in the comment section below.

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