The heavily anticipated action-adventure?survival game No Man’s Sky release dates specific to PlayStation 4 are?Aug. 9 and 10 in the US and the UK (Europe), respectively. While the initial reviews are in-progress and many want to spend more time with the game, other parts of the world are gearing up to play it. Meanwhile, the PC (Microsoft Windows) version of the game will debut worldwide on Aug. 12.
The developers at the UK-based Hello Games, the parent company, shared?pre-launch patch notes of the game recently. We are expecting many such patches in the future as well.
No Man’s Sky was announced back in 2013, with a neat trailer in tow. The game even made its presence felt at the E3 2014 and E3 2015. Notwithstanding the constant delays and legal issues, the game is all set to go official in a matter of hours worldwide.
We are also expecting an Xbox One version of No Man?s Sky along with a Mac version soon. The No Man?s Sky release dates could be sometime in late 2016 or beyond.
To top it all off, the creator of the game Sean Murray spoke about the possibility of using a VR headset to bring a virtual world experience to the gamers,?PC Advisor noted. With such?massive expectations around, Hello Games must be busy with sorting out various versions and also with the patches for the versions specific to PS4 and PC.
Meanwhile, interested players can get a copy of the game from the links below.
Furthermore, Murray noted recently that there will be no paid DLC. The post-launch features and changes will be rolled out as free updates, according to?PlayStation Lifestyle.
?We do want to add a ton of features, like we?ve just discussed: Freighters, bases, these type of things. But we want to do it for free. You?ve paid for the game, so you should get this stuff without paying even more money. So no, there will be no paid DLC, just patches,? Murray said.
So what is going to be in the next No Man?s Sky patch? According to Murray, players will have the ability to build bases and giant space freighters. The following patches might also include space whales.