Developed by Hello GamesNo Man’s Sky had its release date on Nintendo Switch announced for October 7, accompanied by a never-before-seen trailer.
Players are free to explore an entire procedurally generated universe that includes some 18 quintillion (264) planets, all with their own flora and fauna. The beginning of this journey takes place on a planet on the edge of the galaxy, and from there, there is complete freedom to go wherever you want.
The objective is to reach the center of the galaxy, something that can take between 40 and 120 hours.
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Inspired by the adventure and imagination we love from sci-fi classics, No Man’s Sky presents a galaxy filled with unique planets and lifeforms ready for exploration, danger and constant action.
In No Man’s Sky, all the stars are the light of a distant sun orbited by planets teeming with life, and you can go to whichever one you choose. Fly smoothly from deep space to planetary surfaces with no loading screens and no limits. In this infinite procedural generation universe, you will discover places and creatures that no other player has seen before, and perhaps never will.