No Man's Sky Adds Multiplayer This July Alongside Xbox One Release

Terry Joseph
May 18, 2018

It's been in testing with Insiders since then, but today, the update is available for everyone, according to Microsoft's Brad Rossetti.

Users can now organize their pinned apps and games into Groups.

As you may recall, the support for 1440p resolution was recently integrated into Xbox One, seeking to satisfy those who seek the optimum level of visual reproduction. The May update is the last one before E3, which is always a time when Microsoft could reveal groundbreaking new features or major overhauls. But, since launch, No Man's Sky has crept a lot closer to that initial realisation, and next big update, coming on JUly 24 for all platforms, will finally add that long-awaited multiplayer content. You'll also notice that some games will no longer stutter and tear if you choose this output on your monitor. Initially, the update allows you to link your Discord account with your Xbox LIVE account, a process that you can perform from the application configuration panel, where you will now find an option to link both accounts, although it is also possible that you make the procedure from your console.

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Xbox Live and Discord integration: Xbox Live users can now sign into their Discord accounts. To link the accounts, you'll have to boot up the Discord app on PC or on mobile. The May Xbox One Update features Discord and 120Hz Refresh Rate support and improvements to the family settings and Xbox Accessories App. Shelters and complex colonies can be built and shared by all the players as well.

Additionally, today's Xbox One update changes some button commands; the "View" button on the Home screen can now be used to re-order group items and more.

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