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Over the weekend a simple tweet was posted from the Hello Games account that stated "No Man's Sky was a mistake". It wasn't long before the tweet was deleted and Hello Games' Sean Murray explaining that the studio's Twitter and email accounts were hacked. Which explains the supposed emails that Polygon received from Sean Murray apologising for the state of the game. Case closed then. Except it gets a little stranger.

Over at Forbes, in between its posts of who's the richest person that ever riched 2016 edition, comes word that the tweet actually came from a disgruntled employee within the studio itself. This is based on an email it received from Sean Murray. Which has since been chalked up to being hacked.

All in all Hello Games have remained pretty quiet about the whole thing, as they have been since the release of No Man's Sky. Which means the whole mess is now entering the conspiracy theory phase of speculation.

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