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

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If you comply with Hello Games on Twitter and have been scratching your head over a latest tweet, you’re not the one one.


Earlier this morning, a tweet posted on the Hello Games account mentioned, merely, “No Man’s Sky was a mistake.”

It was rapidly taken down, and the account locked, main many to consider a meltdown of kinds had occurred on the studio.

Some speculated the Twitter account was hacked, however a consultant of the studio informed Forbes “disgruntled employee” posted the tweet and they’re within the technique of getting it “sorted out.”

As Forbes notes, there are solely 16 folks employed on the studio, so it shouldn’t take a lot effort to search out the wrongdoer.

Then when Polygon reached out for comment, somebody claiming to be Sean Murray, or at the very least utilizing his e mail account, obtained again with the location. The individual, once more utilizing Murray’s account, mentioned: “The tweet is from me, but somebody from the team took it down. We have not been coping well.”

And the plot thickens much more. Sean Murray lastly broke his two month silence on his Twitter account, saying the corporate servers have been hacked:

So, going by all of the proof it appears there was a hack of kinds. Whether it was certainly a disgruntled worker or another person totally, who is aware of at this level.