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‘No Man’s Sky’ is now available for PC. Can they take it back?

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Earl Ledet
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Three days after the PlayStation 4 launch, space-exploration game No Man s Sky NMS has made its way to PC.

After more than 8,500 mostly negative just changed to mixed reviews on Steam, Hello Games is probably wishing it would have waited just a touch longer to iron out the kinks.

Available on Steam and GoG, the game has been overrun with bad reviews detailing everything from frame rate issues to difficulty re-mapping buttons on the mouse and keyboard.

While supposedly capable of running on older cards like the gTX 480 and Radeon 7870, that doesn t seem to be the case.

Even the higher end cards like GTX s 1080 or 980Ti are running into major issues with the frame rate — a problem that doesn t exist on the console version.

This has led many PC gamers to feel like second class citizens after seeing the launch of NMS go off without much of a hitch — save a few server issues — on the console version.

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