Hello Games brings massive spaceflight sim No Man’s Sky And most of his updates are from the past six years to switch on October 7th, The company announced this morning. A physical release of the fully redesigned PlayStation 5 version is also planned for the same day.
“No Man’s Sky On this small mobile device it feels completely natural and completely improbable at the same time,” Hello Games Director Sean Murray said. “This was a real launch for our small team. No Man’s Sky It is based on procedural generation, which means that the console generates everything it sees. It makes it more difficult to turn our game into something like the Switch, but I think this team never seems happier than when they were trying to do almost impossible things.”
people who capture No Man’s Sky on Switch will be able to try all the content with the game’s “Prism” update from June 2021, if a quick montage of logos in today’s trailer is a must. Hello Games has released three additional updates – “Frontiers”, “Sentinel” and “Outlaws” – since then.
Here’s a quick breakdown of the most important updates and content No Man’s Sky Switch players can look forward to:
- Establishment (November 26, 2016): Base building patterns, farming, creativity and survival, purchasable cargo
- path finder (March 8, 2017): Land Vehicles, Air Mode, Ship Specialization and Weapons
- Atlas rises (August 11, 2017): New story, missions, terrain modification, increased planet diversity
- next one (July 24, 2018): Multiplayer, third-person perspective, character customization, cargo fleets
- the abyss (October 29, 2018): Aquatic environments with their own wildlife, biomes, submarines and enhanced swimming mechanics
- Visions (November 22, 2018): New planetary biomes, new creatures, colorful and diverse environments, archeology
- behind (August 14, 2019): Expanded multiplayer, social hub, better tutorials, tech trees, dynamic NPCs, ride and harvest creatures, recipes, cook and drive an outdoor first-person vehicle
- installation (November 28, 2019): Starship upgrades, custom outfits, more storage, and personal polish
- live ship (February 19, 2020): Biological vehicles, more story missions, more alien encounters, and chatty space NPCs
- mechanical exo (7 April 2020): exocraft mech exocraft with increased exploration capabilities, ability to summon exocrafts from your cargo ship, and more exocraft customization
- the damage (July 17, 2020): Abandoned, procedurally generated cargo ships, more story content, combat improvements, shipping customization, new lighting effects, player titles
- assets (23 September 2020): New planets, multi-star solar systems, improved user interface, more biomes and wildlife diversity, cloud and weather diversity, revamped photo mode, swamps, volcanoes, firestorms, meteors, gravitational anomalies, hurricanes, lightning, giant insects, and robots Wild, sandworms
- next generation (10 November 2020): More embodied worlds, complex base building, 32-person multiplayer
- companions (February 17, 2021): New creatures to adopt, tame and breed
- Expeditions (March 31, 2021): All-new mission-based and multiplayer game mode, overhauled space station missions, notable patches, weekend events, Sentinel combat improvements, and a new HUD
- prisms (June 2, 2021): Enhanced visuals, meteorological bonuses, furry and rideable companions, exciting star fields
While the work was developed by Hello Games No Man’s Sky Over the past several years it’s been impressive, playing the game on Switch is a new level of dread. Stay tuned for more details.
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