No Many's Sky has gone through quite the evolution, and it seems that progress will continue. Update 2.27 is now live on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. As the game continues to change and evolve, players are slowly building around the game and adding it to their list of favorite games of the year. \n \nIt has come a long way from its start. After several patches, it now has multiplayer, new story missions, and even music. This is a massive improvement since its initial launch back in 2016. With each evolution, the game has grown in potential and population, making it the game that many believed it could be. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=Xtfi28kbT8Y \n \nBelieve it or not, No Man's Sky is four years old. Despite this, Hello Games is continuing to release new content and make the game a completely different experience from launch. This new patch has been released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It does coincide with the PC experimental branch update. \n \nThis update does not really add much to the game size and really is a minor download. The main point that has fans interested is that it is the first patch of the year showing the No Man's Sky will continue to update into 2020. \n \nThe patch fixed a potential softlock with a weekend event mission. Several small visual issues were fixed with the jetpack trails. Japanese translation of new Quicksilver items have also had a small number of issues fixed. \n \nKnowledge about the 2.27 patch is currently limited, and there may be even more fixes included that are not listed in the notes. With such a small file size, tons of small bugs could have been repaired behind the scenes. In a game with so much public attention, it makes sense for the developers to continue their progress with hidden fixes \n \nNo Man's Sky launched as an indie game from Hello Games. The same development team had previously worked on Joe Danger but has found a whole new world of success with this game. \n \nYou can find No Man's Sky on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. This game has good reviews from multiple news sources and currently holds a 6\/10 on steam. Recent reviews have been positive, showing serious progress on the developer's part at repairing community relations. If you want to be a part of the game's upswing, now would be a good time to invest in No Man's Sky and rediscover this emerging treasure.