No Man's Sky creative director and Hello Games founder Sean Murray denies claims of patent infringement
No Man's Sky creative director and Hello Games founder Sean Murray has responded to a Dutch company's recent claims of patent infringement, assuring fans that the issue is a 'non-story'.
The issue has sparked concerns from fans who were worried that the potential legal hurdle could lead to yet another delay for the highly-anticipated game, even though it has already officially gone gold.
However, Murray took to Twitter on 23 July, officially stating that the studio did not use the "superformula" nor did it infringe on any patent.
We're going to meet and chat maths once the game is out
— Sean Murray @NoMansSky July 23, 2016