No Man & # 39; s Sky has been around for five years now, and as we learned on the anniversary of its release, there is yet another free expansion called Borders.
We still don't know when Frontiers will arrive or what it will contain, and a No Man & # 39; s Sky fan got tired of waiting and wondering. As a protest (not born of frustration, but of boredom, it seems) video producer Sol Winder began modifying Sean Murray's smiling face in No Man's Sky. About a new object. Every day. Until the expansion arrives.
For the fifth day, the update is not published. I put @ NoMansSky's head on … the Floaters (Ft. Sean Fart and extra Blob at the end) pic.twitter.com/svrLcC4ZksAugust 29, 2021
I guess it’s a little creepy, though it sounds like fun. Winder Sun started posing Murray's face in one of the exocraft, and then added it to portals and warps so when you travel quickly they suck you straight into Murray’s whirlpool.
Then came the mapping of Murray’s face into spots, the bulbous creatures you can sometimes find jumping into alien landscapes. And because you can have stains that inhabit small terrariums, Winder Sun now has a small Sean Murray head that slips slowly inside. It is worth noting that the character of Winder Sun in the game is also modified to look like Sean Murray, so this company quickly becomes this scene from Being John Malkovich.
For the third day the update is not published, I put the head of @NoMansSky in … Blobs pic.twitter.com/XZZsAT4RKQAugust 27, 2021
Hopefully there won’t be much more waiting until Frontiers arrives because Winder Sun has already added Sean Murray’s head to the planetary flora, meaning the alien world is literally covered in smiling Murray faces. Shrubs, flowers and all the leaves of grass have Murray's head. Yikes.
For the sixth day, the update is not published. I put @NoMansSky's head on … the floor (… and grass, and bushes, you got the idea) pic.twitter.com/pc1Lwc4S4fAugust 30, 2021
It makes me shudder to think about where he's going. Murray face loaders? A spatial anomaly with Murray's face? An interstellar map where all the quadrillions of stars are the face of Sean Murray? If Frontiers doesn’t arrive this week, we may find out.