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Watch: ‘No Man’s Sky’ Launch Day Trailer Has Landed!

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No Man’s Sky is a game that has been anticipated for years. The game has had amazing setbacks. But the launch day is here. No Man’s Sky is a space simulator (survival and exploration) that will allow to explore a universe of unimaginable scale. By that I mean that the Hello Games and Sony collaboration boast to have 18 quintillion planets (at the time of the last count). There will be no two experiences that are the same.

No Man’s Sky has a goal, which is to get tot the center of the universe, but there is no telling whether anyone will ever get there. There is also a good chance that you will never meet anyone in the game (the chances are too great), but if you do it will be amazing! The game achieves scale this great by using algorithms to generate the worlds and not a game designer. There are no limits to the game, and no loading screens. Everything is a seamless transition.

Check out the Launch Day Trailer below:

The game launched on PS4 today, and is headed to PC on Friday. The game is receiving amazing praise for its scale and vision. Check out a synopsis of No Man’s Sky courtesy of The Guardian:

,In No Man’s Sky, you play as an astronaut, piloting the kind of nimble craft that once flew on the covers of Isaac Asimov paperbacks. Like those airbrushed visions of space travel, the game offers a curiously nostalgic vision of the future. Every player will start their journey on an undiscovered planet; they will be the only person to have walked its surface. From there, you can board your ship, take off, break the atmosphere and begin to tour the galaxy (all without the interruption of a loading screen).

The stars you see in the unfathomable distance aren’t a mere illusion. Like fairy lights studded into a black curtain of a stage backdrop, but real orbs. Travel in their direction for long enough, and you can touch them. “We are attempting to do things that have never been done before,” Murray told me, last year, when the project had only just been made public. “No game has made it possible to fly down to a planet, and for it to be planet-sized, and feature life, ecology, lakes, caves, waterfalls, and canyons, then seamlessly fly up through the stratosphere and take to space again.”

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Get your copy of No Man’s Sky today on PS4 and it hits PC on Friday!

Brad Repka

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