Explore the infinite unknown with No Man’s Sky, coming to PC and PS4 on 6/21.
From Hello Games, No Man’s Sky is a procedurally-generated space-exploration game set within a nearly infinite universe. Players can discover and survey new ecosystems and planets, engage in space combat, or become a fugitive chased by interstellar law enforcement. After a few years of incredible teasers, No Man’s Sky is finally scheduled to release on 6/21 for both the PS4 and PC.
A leaked PS4 digital store listing suggested a release date of today- March 3- however this has since been debunked by Hello Games’s Sean Murray; the listing revealed the pre-order launch date, along with the confirmed list price of $59.99. No Man’s Sky can be pre-ordered through GameStop, Steam and GOG, with their own unique bonuses: GameStop purchases include a plasma-equipped “Rezosu Z65” multi-tool item, the “Alpha Vector” ship, and 10,000 units to purchase upgrades and additional weapons or items; those who pre-purchase the game through Steam or GOG will receive the “Horizon Omega” ship, equipped with an “upgraded hyperdrive and increased firepower”.
A Limited Edition version can be pre-ordered through GameStop for $79.99, featuring a Steelbook case, 48-page art book, in-game Starter Kit, exclusive comic book, and a code to download a dynamic PS4 theme. PC owners can get their hands on a collector’s edition of their own, with the Iam8bit-exclusive “No Man’s Sky: Explorer’s Edition“. For $150, the fairly-limited package includes a hand-painted 8” metal-cast replica ship with an “Atlas” logo stand, decals, a display backdrop, “Traveler” pin, a digital code to redeem No Man’s Sky on Steam/GOG, and a mystery item to be revealed at launch.
No Man’s Sky will release digitally and physically for PS4, and as a digital-exclusive for PC for $59.99 on 6/21.