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No Man's Sky ads 'were not misleading' says the UK's advertising watchdog

BBC News Wednesday, 30 November 2016
No Man's Sky ads 'were not misleading' says the UK's advertising watchdogThe Advertising Standards Authority says promotional videos for No Man's Sky "were not misleading".
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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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