The unofficial Guide to No Man's Sky is a complete guide to this vast, exploration-focused game. The information contained in this guide should prove to be very helpful in exploring the cosmos and reaching the center of the universe, which will complete the main objective of this production. The initial pages of this guide include, among other things, a number of useful tips and information on how to leave the first planet or name the things we discover.
No Man's Sky is a new production from the small team at Hello Games, studio founded by industry veterans. The production allows for unlimited exploration of a gigantic universe made up of trillions of planets. The player can explore celestial bodies of varying atmosphere compositions and climates, catalogue the life forms living on them, fight the mysterious Sentinels, discover the secrets of ancient civilizations, as well trade and travel in order to reach the center of the universe. The size of the production makes it a title that can provide almost infinite amounts of gameplay, and the only limitation here is the player's desire to explore.
Michal "Czarny Wilk" Grygorcewicz, Piotr "Maxim" Kulka
About No Man's Sky Game Guide
Author : Michal "Czarny Wilk" Grygorcewicz & Piotr "MaxiM" Kulka for gamepressure.com
Stage of progress : 15% completed, last update : August 24, 2016
Guide contains : 14 pages, 62 images.
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No Man's Sky Video Game
- genre: Action
- developer: Hello Games
- publisher: Hello Games
- platform: PS4, PC
No Man’s Sky is a sandbox action game with first person perspective set in science-fiction world. The game offers us total freedom and puts no limits in matter of choosing our virtual career. The heart of the game is system of procedural generation which is responsible for creating not only animals and plants on single planets but also for entire star systems and galaxies.
No Man’s Sky focuses on the exploration. We are travelling across the universe in our spaceship, controlled like in space simulators with view from the cockpit, while exploration and combat on the planets’ surfaces look like in first person shooters. The action takes place not only on land and in space but also under water and in the air.
Each planet has its own fauna, flora and even composition of atmosphere. The closer we get to the core of the universe, the more dangerous planets become (they are more often inhabited by deadly predators and have toxic atmosphere). Generated worlds are saved on the server so they can be explored later by other players.
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If you're still playing No Man's Sky you will be happy to hear that the game has received a big update. This one introduces base building, huge freighters, two new modes, and more.
Fewer than one thousand people are currently playing No Man's Sky on Steam. Overhyped prior to the release, the game turned out a huge disappointment upon launch. It seems that the higher you fly, the harder you fall.
Despite the communityís great expectations, or perhaps exactly because of them, No Manís Sky painfully disappoints Ė vast but random, seeking diversity yet repetitive, and sometimes glaringly different from what the trailers promised.
We still have to wait a while for No Manís Sky, as the game will be released in June 2016. This massive sci-fi online sandbox will launch simultaneously on PC and PlayStation 4.
During PC Gaming Show at this yearís E3 it was confirmed that No Manís Sky will launch on PC. Whatís more it will happen simultaneously with the PlayStation 4 release. The game also has a new trailer.