The intergalactic experience has been discovered and ?played on?, according to reports. As one player claims, they have already played No Man’s Sky?via a pirated copy. Leaving some dignity over the massive spoiler, the player refuses to give any details on what?s there to explore. That should be an assuring thing, except that the No Man?s Sky pirated copy could get to anyone?s hands and destroy any of the excitement prior to game?s release this August.
In a Twitter post by Hello Game?s Sean Murray, he encouraged fans not to spoil their game and avoid any of the No Man’s Sky?spoilers. He posted, ?We?ve spent years filling No Man?s Sky with surprises. You?ve spent years waiting. Please don?t spoil it for yourself. Take a break from reading about it, and picking vids apart. You can experience it for yourself so soon.?
The apparent No Man’s Sky?spoiler was spilled on Reddit with a redditor claiming, ?So, I’ve reached the center. For now, I’ll just keep it a secret. I realize it is “the secret” of the game and I’m sure other people will spill the beans for clickbait sooner than later, so fear not fellow spoiler hounds – someone out there will feed your appetite I’m sure.”
Of course, it is up to players whether they want to discover that ?center? or not.Those who have been patiently waiting for the game to arrive may probably not want to read more about that, but if the leaks continue, sooner or later, it will be discovered.
Fortunately, and for the players who have read any of the No Man’s Sky?spoilers, you really can?t count on what one redditor says as players in the game are assigned to several different planets with way too different gaming experience. Also take note that, No Man?s Sky has over 18 Quintillion planets; what?s the chance of meeting the same fate? It?s a 1 in 18 Quintillion occurrence.
No Man’s Sky?is scheduled for release on the PS4 console on the 9th of August and on PC three days later. Don?t be a victim of an unfortunate spoiler, but do check the latest updates about the No Man?s Sky game here on TheBitBag.com.