No Man’s Sky Sentinel Update Includes Steam Deck Support

Full Steam Deck Support Coming Soon No Man’s Sky with Sentinel update, a recent tweet by Hello Games founder Sean Murray confirmed. Valve’s mobile PC, the Steam Deck, will be released next week, February 25.

No Man’s Sky Steam Deck Game Revealed

Accompanying the tweet, Murray released a video showcasing No Man’s Sky gameplay on the Steam Deck and the features it will include. The biggest highlight is the full touch screen control. Steam Deck support is coming with the latest free update to the Sentinel game.

The action-packed update went live across all platforms on Wednesday, February 16. This new update brings major overhauls to the ever-changing title. Hello Games says combat has undergone a complete overhaul, along with an improved AI system. New story quests and lore to discover are also added. Meanwhile, new weapons are available to add to your arsenal. The developers say they hope Sentinel will “create something much more challenging and exciting”.

No Man’s Sky originally launched in 2016 for PS4 and PC. The game was met with huge criticism. Since then, the developers have released many updates to improve things. No Man’s Sky will launch on another handheld later this year, as a Nintendo Switch Port is expected in the summer.

The Steam Deck is a portable PC made by Valve. The console was originally going to launch in Winter 2021 but was later delayed to this year. The base model of the Steam Deck will cost $399, with the top-priced model costing almost $649. Currently, there are no more items unavailable for launch. However, fans can sign up for a chance to pre-order a console as they become available. The website says order availability is expected “after Q2 2022” (after June 30).

In other news, Nintendo has confirmed that the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS eShop will stop. Xbox has added eight new titles to its popular service Game Pass. No Man’s Sky Sentinel Update Includes Steam Deck Support


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