No Man's Sky
Just yesterday, No Man's Sky received the big "NEXT" update and with it came the long-awaited multiplayer component. Well, that is unless you have the GOG version on the PC. Apparently the multiplayer component is coming later this year for the GOG version and even then it may not have cross-play with the Steam version.
"From launch, the DRM-free edition of No Man's Sky will include all single-player content introduced by NEXT: third-person mode, upgraded visuals, better base building, player customization, and more.

However the multiplayer component will not be ready at launch; we expect it to be released later this year as full multiplayer parity remains in the pipeline.

For a small, independent studio, developing the feature across multiple platforms is a hugely ambitious and technical challenge which resulted in this delayed release. Hello Games is however joining forces with GOG.COM to introduce full multiplayer via the GOG Galaxy platform.

We appreciate your immense support and patience.

- Hello Games & GOG.COM Team"

That's a bummer. However, there is a silver lining here at least if you're someone that owns No Man's Sky through GOG. As a courtesy to their consumers, GOG is offering an extended refund for the game.

This even applies to those who have owned the game beyond GOG's normal 30 day return policy. You must request this refund by Sunday, July 29 at 10PM (UTC). Refunds will be issued in wallet funds for GOG.