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With the new No Man’s Sky NEXT update, I dived back into this game to see what the differences are. A few people asked me about the scale of the game, you know, with its 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 planets, so I recorded this 3 minutes long video on the time needed to travel between two planets in the same Star System, the one I initially landed on when I started my game. And I’m not talking about visiting another star in the galaxy, I’m staying around the same star!
After rumors circulated about a possible delay for No Man’s Sky, Hello Games has finally confirmed that there will indeed be a delay for the game’s release, and that they’re now looking at August 9 for the North America release, followed by Europe in August 10 and finally the UK on August 12.
Over the last months, I’ve been pretty excited about the release of No Man’s Sky!
On the Official PlayStation Blog, Sean Murray (Managing Director) confirmed that this game will be released on June 21st on PlayStation 4, and it will also be available as a physical version!
One of the games I’m actually most excited to play these times is No Man’s Sky, which is getting more amazing each time I hear about it! Do you recall the breath-taking announcement trailer that we saw on the Playstation 4 reveal event? Or the one from last E3 a couple of months ago?
Last week, one of the devs for No Man’s Sky at Hello Games went on the official PlayStation blog to talk about a few amazing things about their upcoming game. I’m relaying this information because this stuff spiced even more my interest for this game!
Here are some of the cooler excerpts of that post: