First scheduled for release this summer, when announced in Nintendo Direct from February 9 the release of the famous survival, exploration and action adventure game No Man’s Sky from the study Hi Games on nintendo Contact was finally postponed until the fall. That’s right October 7 next it will be available on the console, with in addition a physical version distributed by bandai Namco. In addition, a physical version of the game on playstation 5 will also be published the same day. In addition, we know that No Man’s Sky, which is a live gaming service, will receive all new content and features on Switch at the same time as on other media (PC, PS5, Xbox Series, PS4 and Xbox One). It is important to remember that No Man’s Sky since its release in 2016 has been generously filled with new features and improvements, which has given it much more appreciation than six years ago, when the reception was quite mixed. Today, over half a billion hours have been played by millions of people. All information about the last major update can be found at this address.
To celebrate the release of the release date, two new videos have been released, the other with handheld gameplay footage and TV mode on Switch. Sean Murray, founder of Hello Games and developer of the game, is also very excited that it will be possible to play No Man’s Sky on such a small platform. He assures that he is proud of the result, that we will be surprised, and that the work has been colossal, but at the same time rewarding for his small team, in adapting the game to Switch.
” Originally released in 2016, No Man’s Sky is a sci-fi exploration game set in a procedurally generated universe. It has an almost infinite number of planets and galaxies to explore that have never been seen before, and each of them abounds with life to discover. Players can choose to explore, create, build, trade, fight or just try to survive on this huge intergalactic playground.
Since its initial launch, No Man’s Sky has enjoyed six years of major content updates (20 major updates to date). Early Nintendo Switch players will find all updates in this release and will be offered future updates with new content.
Inspired by the adventure and imagination that fascinate us in classic sci-fi movies, No Man’s Sky presents you with a galaxy to explore, filled with unique planets and life forms, in an environment full of dangers and horrors.
In No Man’s Sky, each star is the light of a distant sun, in whose orbits planets are full of life. And you can go wherever you want. Fly smoothly from space to the surface of planets, without load screens or restraints. In this infinite, dynamically generated universe, you will discover places and creatures that no other player has ever seen … and may never exist anywhere else.
Embark on an epic journey
At the center of the galaxy lies an irresistible impulse that draws you on a quest to understand the true nature of the cosmos. But in the face of hostile creatures and voracious pirates, you will learn that death has a price, and survival will depend on the choices you make about upgrading your ship, weapons, and outfit.
Find your own destiny
Only you decide your trip in No Man’s Sky. Do you want to be a warrior, ready to prey on the weak to steal their treasures, or do you want to defeat pirates to collect bounties? If you upgrade your ship’s reactors and weapons, you will become powerful.
Or a grocery store? Find valuable resources on forgotten worlds and mine them to get rich. Invest in a larger team to earn a fortune.
Or even an explorer? Cross the known border and discover places and things that no one has ever seen. Upgrade your engines to jump even further, strengthen your suit to survive toxic environments that would kill careless.
Share your journey
The galaxy is a living, independent place. Merchant convoys move between the stars, factions fight for territory, pirates chase the careless, and the police keep watch. All other players live in the same galaxy, and you can choose to share your discoveries with them on a map that stretches across familiar space. You may see the result of their actions beyond your own … »