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Rumour: No Man’s Sky has been delayed until next month

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The sci-fi interplanetary first-person survival game No Man’s Sky may be delayed until either July or August, according to reports. No Man’s Sky release date was scheduled for June 21st for PC and PlayStation 4, but judging by an image posted by a GameStop worker, a confirmation of the delay may be imminent.

No Man’s Sky, developed by UK-based team Hello Games, promises to create an infinite amount of worlds for players to explore. Each planet in the game is supposed to have unique fauna and flora, but most hands on impressions from other websites have all been set planets. The developers haven’t given a lot of critics the ability to explore the game for a length of time without having created a level for them beforehand, almost defeating the purpose of the game.

Here’s a preview of the No Man’s Sky soundtrack

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No Man’s Sky, scheduled for release on PC and PS4 June 21, has been hotly anticipated ever since its mysterious debut at E3 three years ago.

No Man's Sky gets June 21st release date, preorders available now

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Hello Games has announced that their highly anticipated exploration title No Man's Sky will be available on June 21st in North America with other regions getting it the next day. Preorders are available today on Steam, GOG, and the Humble Store, with the game costing $59.99.

No Man's Sky has confirmed release window

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Hello Games has finally nailed down a window for the release of their sci-fi interplanetary first-person survival game, No Man's Sky. Announced at Sony's Paris Games Week press conference, No Man's Sky will allow PC and PS4 players to jump into the cockpit and reach for the stars in June 2016.

VR headset tech “would be a good fit” for Mo Man's Sky, says developer

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Honestly, I don't think anyone would be surprised to hear that Hello Games is looking closely at VR support for its upcoming space exploration game No Man's Sky.

Developer Sean Murray admitted as much to Edge Magazine in a recent interview (reported by GamesRadar), though he remained rather coy on the exact details when asked whether the game would be coming to Sony’s Morpheus VR headset.

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