- Seattle, WA
Doubt there will be, usually when a game goes gold then the release date should be fairly solidified. Can't wait to see how this game turns out, best of luck to Sean and his crew. I love his passion, it makes me smile.
Nope, it will be released on PC at the same time as PS4.Isn't this a ps4 exclusive ?
I hope this game turns out well, I'm an Xb1 player, but there's talks of it maybe coming to Xb1 sometime soon. Even if not, I still hope it's cool.
I've only read a little on the game, the goal is to get to the center of the universe? It looks really cool and different.
I've been playing Elite Dangerous for several months now, my first real space game, so I'm excited to see how the games compare to each other.
18 quintillion planets. What an opportunity for the ultimate developer troll trophy.
HONEY I'M HOME! (BRONZE)
Visit all 18 quintillion planets in No Man's Sky.
I am looking forward to trying No Man's Sky as I love exploring in games. Guess exploring doesn't come any more 'explorey' than this.
I think I read somewhere that If you spend only one second at each planet it will still take you 500 billion years to reach them all.
That's the number of days you'd need to live for in order to discover everything in No Man's Sky for yourself. And even then, that's being generous. Let's assume that you somehow find a way to play all day, every day. You forgo sleep, food, relationships, and everything else we all need to exist. But let's assume you manage it, and you play nothing but No Man's Sky. Perhaps you explore 24 planets a day (one for every hour of the day), of varying size and scope: that would mean you’d need 922,337,203,685,477,580 days on this Earth to see the lot.
We hate to break it to you, but that would mean you'd need 2,526,951,242,973,911 years to see it all. It doesn't take our scientific calculator to work out that nobody lives that long.
The average life expectancy in the UK is around 82 years, which means that if you played from birth for every hour of the day, you'd see 718,320 planets which, while entirely respectable, is the merest fraction of the game. In fact, even if you had everyone in the world working this same job, it still wouldn't be possible in a human lifetime – unless the world's population suddenly swells to around 18 trillion or so. If you ever needed to see how big the scope for this game is, it's right there.