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Phil Spencer looking into easing Hello Game's burden following studio flooding

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If there's one good thing about the holiday season, it's the giving mood that everyone is in. With Hello Games suffering the loss of the majority of their studio due to major flooding, many are hoping that it does not set them back. One of the big surprises at VGX No Man's Sky is looking to be spectacular and fans are hoping that it will indeed live up to that hype. Microsoft has reportedly been interested in bringing the title to Xbox One in what pretty much comes off as a show to indie studios that the company is willing to support studios of all size. Today, however, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Game Studios, Phil Spencer has commented on the matter.

"Maybe you spread some cheer to the devs behind No Man's Sky," a Twitter user asked Spencer.

He responded saying, "I received a few tweets on this. I'm going to look into it."

Spencer didn't comment as to what they were interested in providing but Hello Games will certainly welcome the assistance.

"We're taking stock today, but already I know we'll come back stronger :) - all we'll need is a place to work and a machine to work on," the studio commented via Twitter.

But it has bounced back with humor working its way into their tweets already.

"If one more person tweets 'every flood procedural' I'm gonna... lol each time. Gotta laugh init :)"


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