No Man’s Sky Release Pushed Back To August 9

No Man’s Sky is now coming to Play Station 4 August 9 in North America, August 10 in Europe, and August 12 in the UK. The previous release date was set, seemingly in stone, for June 21. The upcoming adventure survival game is the much anticipated brain child of the Indie studio Hello Games, who is developing and producing the interstellar voyage. In a dazzling demonstration last year at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Lead Developer Sean Murray guided a captivated audience through live game play. This game play deepened the hunger of fans for the sci-fi adventure and infinite possibility which this sandbox game offered.
Murray recently wrote to eager fans on the Play Station Blog, apologizing for pushing back the release date while assuring that it was the truest course of action to present the best game possible. With a universe as vast as this game is allowing, there are key moments which need to be polished in order that the final product may shine as brightly as the developers desire. The behemoth effort required by such a small team of developers, coupled with the high expectations of the gaming community require that this game be allowed to develop a bit longer in order to reach its maximum potential. There is much speculation, but in the end there will likely be little room for much aside from praise for what could be game of the year.

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