No Man’s Sky Player Giving Away Over 3.3 Billion Units Worth Of Valuable Gear For Free
It’s a wee bit early to be celebrating the Christmas holiday for most folks, but not for this guy. One No Man’s Sky player took it upon himself to become the game’s first Santa Claus. Rest assured, he’s not giving out coal. As a matter of fact, this saintly galactic explorer named “Long_Nose_Jim” is giving away something much more valuable than coal or toys. Taking to Reddit, he’s handing out Stasis Devices for anyone in need.
In the last two weeks, Long_Nose_Jim has been stuffing a bunch of haulers up with Stasis Devices. It stands to be said that each Stasis Device is worth 15.6 million units and totals out to 3.3 billion units. The fact that this player dedicated hours to crafting each and every one of them deserves an applause itself. And yes, he crafted every single device. During the course of his deliveries to different planets, onlookers can expect the player to wear some sort of red suit to match the theme.
Trying to find Long_Nose_Jim? As long as you play No Man’s Sky on Normal mode (PC), you have a chance! With that said, not everyone will be graced with a present gratis. Not all are happy with his honorable endeavor however, but in order to address the concerns of fellow Redditors and his possibly ruining the No Man’s Sky experience of grinding for others, he said: “Which is why I am not joining random games and popping them into peoples inventories. Some players can’t be bothered with the grind for units and just want to explore the universe so to them I say ‘I got u fam.'”
Either way, anyone who happens upon him will sure be lucky! What do you think of Long_Nose_Jim’s honorable endeavor of becoming a virtual Santa Claus in No Man’s Sky? Do you think this was a worthwhile cause for all those units? Let us know what you think in the comments section below or start a conversation on DFTG Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as it happens, follow us on Twitter! Here’s some of our latest:
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No Man’s Sky is available to play now on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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