No Man's Sky Summary
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.
Honestly, I don't think anyone would be surprised to hear thatis 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), though he remained rather coy on the exact details when asked whether the game would be coming to Sony’s
It seems like all we've seen so far from developer' galaxy-hopping space sim No Man's Sky is brief yet enthusiastic snippets at E3 each year, so it's nice to get the chance to see a little bit more of what the game has to offer.
Eighteen minutes of gameplay, to be precise. Courtesy, the demo sees Hello Games founder Sean Murray take us on an extended trip through space, showing us how the game works in the process.
British developershowed more of No Man's Sky this week at the Sony E3 conference, which included a tantalising glimpse at the stupendously vast galaxy map where each star can be explored.
There was a ruckus between two factions as fleets battled, which we could choose to get involved with, and we visited a new alien world that has since been dubbed 'Planet E3'. There's still no release date yet.
Hello Games reminds players that No Man's Sky "is not an MMO", and you won't be grouping up with friends
Hello Games' ambitious space exploration game No Man's Sky has been a hot topic in the gaming community for some time, but its multiplayer component has never really been explained in detail.
The company's managing director Sean Murray sat downto clarify some things, and reiterated; "we just want to be really clear with people that it is not an MMO."