‘No Man’s Sky Beyond’ Reveals Final Updates‘No Man’s Sky’ Gets Intersterllar Notre Dame Tribute Stay on target The amount of different opinions people have had about No Man’s Sky, from its hype announcement to its initial divisive release to its recent well-received free No Man’s Sky NEXT update, are almost as numerous as the game’s nearly endless amount of randomly generated planets to explore. But cut past all the hyperbole and projections and it’s obvious that there has been a passionate No Man’s Sky fanbase charting out its universe and mastering its system all this time. The influx of interested new players with the NEXT improvements is just shining a bigger spotlight on that progress.The latest proof of just what No Man’s Sky fans are capable of comes from player Roland Oberheim. Like a newly evolved race paying tribute to its god, Oberheim created a monument of Hello Games director Sean Murray on the side of a planet.Thanks @NoMansSky and @hellogames for making such an awesome game! #NoMansSky #NoMansSkyNEXT #PS4share pic.twitter.com/fpRzlTwFcL— Roland Oberheim (@RolandOberheim) July 28, 2018 No Man’s Sky is the result of the hard work of everyone at Hello Games, but with his beard and casual demeanor Murray has become the face of the game. That means he went on all the talk shows praising the game for its accomplishments. But that also means he got the brunt of the abuse when players first turned on the game for not living up to expectations.However, No Man’s Sky NEXT does seem to be living up to the game’s first expansive sci-fi promises. So to celebrate Oberheim used the game’s construction tools to build a pretty solid portrait of Murray made of floor tiles. The 37 x 50 image can even been seen from the atmosphere, like a friendly landing zone. There’s a chance you may stumble across this great work just playing the game yourself, but if you want to to purposefully make a pilgrimage to Oberheim’s Sean Murray shrine you can also enter the right glyphs (seen here along with a ground level view of the picture) through the portal fast-travel system.And if you’re wondering is Sean Murray himself is cool with this pagan idol? Don’t worry, he totally is.oh https://t.co/HzRyGHSnmt— Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) July 29, 2018 For more on dedicated No Man’s Sky fans check out this player who spent $4000 on the game, as well as our live stream of the NEXT update.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.