There are 18 quintillion planets in the game. Even if each planet was visited at a rate of one per second, it would take five billion years to explore them all – by which the Sun in our solar system would have burnt out, essentially giving the game a near infinite number of worlds to explore! To help guide players through such a vast number of locations No Man’s Sky has an overarching goal of reaching the centre of the universe, where there are more bountiful resources and more challenging locations to discover. This, however, is just a guide, and players are free to explore the game however they like.
Things are happening with No Man's Sky with the release date getting closer and closer. Within the last few weeks the game has been completed - it went gold and is ready for release and has been rated by the ESRB. While... read more
Good news if you're looking to play No Man's Sky. While we all know that the game is one giant connected universe, the game is apparently so huge that the developers actually consider the game to be single player per the... read more
No Man's Sky's PC version is still a bit of a work in progress. A lot has been made about the game in recent weeks, and not much of it good (people love bad news more anyway). In light of the recent negative feedback from... read more
There's been no shortage of opinion on No Man's Sky since it released last week, and now developers from around the industry are chiming in with their takes on the infamous space exploration game, and some of them are... read more