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vg247 : No, Hello Games didn’t admit that No Man’s Sky was a mistake

Odd tweet from Hello Games saying “No Man’s Sky was a mistake” blamed on server hack

Odd tweet from Hello Games saying “No Man’s Sky was a mistake” blamed on server hack

If you follow Hello Games on Twitter and were scratching your head over a recent tweet, you’re not the only one.Earlier this morning, a tweet posted on the Hello Games account said, simply, “No Man’s Sky was a mistake.”It was quickly taken down, and the account locked, leading many to believe a meltdown of sorts had happened at the studio.Some speculated the Twitter account was hacked, but a representative of the studio told Forbes that a “disgruntled employee” posted the tweet and they are in the process of getting it “sorted out.”As Forbes notes, there are only 16 people employed at the studio, so it shouldn’t take much effort to find the culprit.

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No, Hello Games didn’t admit that No Man’s Sky was a mistake

No, Hello Games didn’t admit that No Man’s Sky was a mistake

Despite what you may have seen tweeted or written, it doesn’t appear that Hello Games founder Sean Murray (or anyone else at the developer) actually admitted that No Man’s Sky was a mistake this morning.To be sure, the Hello Games Twitter account did send the tweet pictured above, saying directly that “No Man’s Sky was a mistake” just before 9am Eastern time this morning.The tweet was deleted about 10 minutes after going up, and the Hello Games account was set to “protected” at about the same time.

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Hacker tweets ‘No Man’s Sky was a mistake’ from Hello Games account

Hacker tweets ‘No Man’s Sky was a mistake’ from Hello Games account

Hello Games, the indie studio behind sci-fi sim No Man’s Sky, appears to have been hacked by disgruntled fans.Earlier today, a since-deleted tweet appeared stating that “No Man’s Sky was a mistake.” The tweet came after months of quiet following the controversial launch of the game, and was followed by director Sean Murray stating that “Server hacked.We’re binging Mr.

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