‘No Man’s Sky’ Release Date Update: The game of infinite possibilities “No Man’s Sky” landed in New York City last week and shed little light in the darkness of space. YouTube star PewDiePie and No Man’s Sky developer Sean Murray demoed the game on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert but that’s where it ended.
Murray explained how the universe was generated, how many planets could be explored and how the adventure works. He said the game will have around 18 quintillion planets. But he didn’t say the most important thing, what the fans wanted to hear. “No Man’s Sky” by Hello Games still has no release date.
The Late Show’s host Stephen Colbert recently said that he “could not wait to play it,” but Murray gave no clue as to when that would be, explaining that the No Man’s Sky release date is “still a secret.”
The founder of Hello Games’ appearance on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” can be watched on the show’s official YouTube channel.
No Man’s Sky is a big game, it includes 18,446,744,073,709,551,616, a tad over 18 quintillion, worlds.
“We will find creatures and things that that we never knew existed, we’ll find life in places where we didn’t expect it,” Murray said.
All those worlds take a long time, but that’s not what’s keeping “No Man’s Sky” grounded. According to Movie Pilot No Man’s Sky would the perfect launch title for Sony’s virtual reality headset. Kenny Mc Donnell of Movie Pilot wrote that Sony wants ‘No Man’s Sky’ to be released alongside their upcoming VR headgear, the Project Morpheus.
The New Yorker Festival 2015 included a 90-minute “No Man’s Sky” Preview at the World Trade Center in New York on October 3.
No Man’s Sky was demoed at E3 2015. According to the creator of “No Man’s Sky,” Sean Murray, the adventure-survival video game will be released on PC at the same time as the PS4 version. No Xbox version has been confirmed yet.
The No Man’s Sky release date reportedly being held up by Project Morpheus.
“Therefore, the likes of Sony [is] going to need something to grab our attention with, and what better way would there be to sell Project Morpheus than have ‘No Man’s Sky’ as your launch title?” according to the Sony website.
“I don’t know what I’m allowed to say, it’s something we’re thinking about. Morpheus, Oculus… There’s nothing more cool and sci-fi than VR and a big procedural universe,” Murray recently told Games Radar.
“We can’t announce the date right now, because of things that are not entirely in our control, but honestly for good reasons. It’ll be announced as soon as we can,” Murray said.
Latino Post reported that Hello World and Murray are confident that No Man’s Sky will be released in PS4 and PC version this October to December. No Man’s Sky is entering its second year of development since it was first announced.