No Man’s Sky is finally out in June 2016

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Finally! Finally we have some indication as to when No Man’s Sky – the ambitious, procedural space explorer from Hello Games – will be coming. Announced on stage during Sony’s Paris Games Week Conference, No Man’s Sky is out in June of next year.

That’s…still a while away, and contradictory to most guesses that it would act as a launch title for PlayStation VR (which is expected just before then). Still, it’s the first real indication of when one of the most anticipated games of this generation will launch, exclusive on PS4 and PC.

Check out the brand new trailer below, which shows off more interplanetary travel, pew pew harvesting and more.

Last Updated: October 27, 2015

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Alessandro Barbosa

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  • Michael Matusowsky

    I don’t get the hype. All you do is fly around and find new planets. Nothing beyond that. Why is this game special besides that?

    • Grand Admiral Chief SpaceNinja

      Oh I dunno, maybe the freedom, the exploration, just going out and having fun, with no set rules or boundaries to follow.

      Space exploration ftw

    • Hammersteyn

      Combat as well.

    • Alessandro Barbosa

      Why is Minecraft fun? I guess it lies in the same principle. There’s a market for games this this type of freedom. Create your own adventure and what not

      • Michael Matusowsky

        With minecraft there’s all sorts of different things you can do though. There’s an entire crafting part of the game.

        With no man’s sky all you do is fly around and explore new planets. No resource gathering. No massive corporations (ala EVE). It’s literally fly around a galaxy exploring new planets. In EVE there is basis for your own story and adventure. With No Man’s Sky I can see where it’d be fun for 3-5 hours of “oh look what I discovered” but I’d see people getting bored very quickly.

        With minecraft at least a person’s creativity knows no bounds. We can see the appeal there. But NMS? I don’t see the appeal in wanting to fly around exploring new planets and nothing beyond that. No sense of progression in the game at all.

  • Grand Admiral Chief SpaceNinja


  • Hammersteyn

    Bah, I’ve seen things too and it didn’t require me leaving Earth

  • Hammersteyn

    Still a better story than Destiny

  • Guild

    June 2016 so far away….

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