Gamers rejoice! The highly-anticipated video game ‘No Man’s Sky’ featuring a fully generated galaxy to explore is finally here! After several delays, fans are AMPED to get their hands on it and start playing.
People have been losing their minds while waiting for No Man’s Sky to arrive — and now the video game is actually ready! The adventure survival game is scheduled for a worldwide release on August 9, but the die-hards have already been pre-ordering their Playstation 4 or PC-friendly versions to ensure they get a copy. Get all the details ahead of it’s BIG debut, right here!
“It’s happened. No Man’s Sky just went gold. I’m so incredibly proud of this tiny team. 4 years of emotions,” the creator and founder of Hello Games, Sean Murray, wrote via Twitter on July 7. His elated expression showed just how pleased he was to see his hard work completed and ready for the world. No Man’s Sky features an uncharted galaxy, star systems and planets to discover.
The goal of the game is to reach to the center of the galaxy. Sound easy? Think twice, considering the game map is GINORMOUS. There will be a total of 18 quintillion planets to check out, each featuring their own unique qualities and varying conditions. The estimations say if you spent a single second visiting each planet, it would take “500 billion years” to get through them all. Wow!
Furthermore, you can decipher alien languages, deck out your spaceship and equipment. The four main activities that are featured in the game are “exploration, survival, combat, and trading.” While on your virtual journey, you can absorb knowledge about new species of animals and plants at your own pace! Needless to say, people are totally pumped.
It's happened. No Man's Sky just went gold. I'm so incredibly proud of this tiny team. 4 years of emotions pic.twitter.com/YJoI6JVgxq
— Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) July 7, 2016
— JMK (@FilthyCapp) June 29, 2016
— Richard Bray (@Ceiga) June 29, 2016
If all goes well, No Mans Sky is set to be a pivitol milestone in the gaming world, ranking with the likes of fan-favorites such as Minecraft and Grand Theft Auto. It’s also a good game to play with friends since it’s a shared universe, with the ability to exchange planet coordinates. Players can also go off line if they’d rather go solo!
HollywoodLifers, will you be getting a copy of ‘No Man’s Land?’ Let us know your thoughts on the big game of 2016!