No Man’s Sky Launches On Steam and GOG and It’s Off To A Rocky Start

An anonymous reader writes from a report via Ars Technica: No Man’s Sky, an indie “video game that promises 18 quintillion planets” from a “small development team,” has launched today for Windows PC gamers via Steam or GOG. Unfortunately, the “worldwide simultaneous launch on all kinds of PCs” is off to a rocky start — as evidenced by the “mostly negative” Steam reviews. Many gamers have complained about frame rate hitches and total system crashes. Ars Technica reports: “Even users with high-end solutions like the GTX 1080 or two GTX 980Ti cards in SLI mode are reporting major stutters — on a game that runs on a comparatively so-so PS4 console with a mostly consistent 30 FPS refresh. The game’s PC version defaults to a 30 FPS cap, which can be disabled in the normal options menus. But with this setting turned on, the game can’t help but hitch down


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