No Man’s Sky Alternative: New Ubisoft Space Game Found In Watch Dogs 2?

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Whatever way one views No Man’s Sky, there is no denying how dissapointing it is. Admittedly, it is pretty ambitious, but it did not live up to expectations. It seems like the overly hyped title by Hello Games will go down in history as a big disappointment. However, there might be a unique alternative coming, and it might be developed by Ubisoft.

The company known for Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry may have teased a game within a game. During a mission in Watch Dogs 2, players are required to steal a trailer from Ubisoft. Apparently, the trailer is for a new game that the company is working on, at least within the universe of the game. However, fans can view the trailer, and it looks pretty legitimate.

Not No Man’s Sky

Currently, this space game has no working title. As fans can see in the trailer below, it does look a bit similar to No Man’s Sky, but with a different color palette. Some might prefer the colors of this ?fictional? game, while others might stick with the one in No Man’s Sky. Still, there’s no denying how impressive the trailer is.

Though this might have been made for fun, fans might be interested to see it becomes an actual game. The company has yet to comment on this fictional game, but it looks like fans are willing to support it.

Does Ubisoft Need Space?

Given the varied setting in their various games, it will be interesting to see how Ubisoft handles space. The company already made being a pirate fun in Assassin’s Creed 4 and are trying to make hacking enjoyable in Watch Dogs 2. Space would be a new venture for the company, and seeing them give the genre a go would be fun.

Until the company says anything about the game, fans will have to assume it’s fake until an announcement is made. Even if it is fake, the company has to be commended for making a trailer that has fooled the masses. Fans interested in space travel can give No Man’s Sky a go, since it’s still an ambitious title that might eventually get more content.

Also Read: Mass Effect Andromeda: Will Space Exploration Be Better Than No Man Sky?

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