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Advertising Standards Authority: ‘No Man’s Sky’ ads were not misleading

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Advertising Standards Authority: ‘No Man’s Sky’ ads were not misleadingThe U.K.-based Advertising Standards Authority has ruled that Hello Games and Valve did not mislead consumers with advertisements for No Man's Sky. An investigation into the game began back in September.
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News video: Investigation Clears No Man's Sky Dev of Using Misleading Promotional Materials

Investigation Clears No Man's Sky Dev of Using Misleading Promotional Materials 01:58

The UK's Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has officially dismissed claims that No Man's Sky misled players on its Steam Page and in its promotional materials.

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