No Man’s Sky Goes Gold After Four Years In Development
The highly Anticipated postponed Game title “No Man’s Sky” Finally went gold after four years of its development. Hello Games founder Sean Murray has celebrated the finishing of the game after “4 years of emotions” via Twitter. He also mentioned that he was “incredibly proud“ of the development team.
No Man’s Sky was delayed due to several reason after it was supposed to release way back in June. This might have included the 3 year legal battle with Sky Plc over the use of ‘Sky’ in its name. As we heard news of the legal settlement, we also learned of a new launch date for the game.
No Man’s Sky is scheduled for release on 9th August in North America, 10th August in Europe and 12th August in the UK For PC and PS4
The news that the game is now finished followed a series of Tweets in recent days stating “Things are happening!”
No Man’s Sky is a “science fiction game set in an infinite procedurally generated galaxy”. You can play alone or share your journeys and adventures with other space explorers.
Players will have to survive and explore the “truly open universe” that is the infinity of space. Among the vastness, gamers can fly from planet to planet and explore the universe from afar and up-close.