No Man?s Sky companion app for iOS and Android is now available ahead of the game?s official launch. Hello Games has not released any official mobile app for their upcoming space exploration, survival game, but some excited fans have already started working on such projects. A fan has released his companion app on Android with its iOS version coming soon. Here?s what NMS Ally, the No Man?s Sky companion app can do for you.
The free companion app is enables users to share and upload the discoveries made in No Man?s Sky. Players can do all this directly from their PS4. There are some more interesting features available that lets you create the names of the planets and creatures. The name generator available in the No Man?s Sky mobile app makes this possible.
Another interesting feature of No Man?s Sky companion app is that it lets you keep track of your discoveries, their locations and the places where you can get payment for those items. A journal available in the mobile app enables players to maintain their records.
Many fans on Reddit are appreciating the No Man?s Sky companion app NMS Ally. Fans have started demanding such app for iOS and Windows phones as well. According to the developer, the new version of his app for iOS is pending for review in Apple Store.
Hello Games will launch No Man?s Sky on PS4 and PC next week. Until then, the application will not do anything without the game. While you?re waiting for the game?s launch, it is better to check out the details studio has revealed about the game. Recently, the company has confirmed that they will wipe No Man?s Sky servers and all the discoveries made by leakers will be destroyed.
Servers are being wiped on Sunday pic.twitter.com/JTmzabmU1R
— Harry Denholm (@HarryDenholm) August 5, 2016
The company has confirmed that they will not delete the game progress players have made, but Hello Games will not let anyone spoil the fun. The game is expected to arrive with the day one patch that has already been introduced by Sean Murray.