"Everything you can do in No Man's Sky"
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Everything you can do in No Man's Sky
In the lead up to its release, [UNKNOWN] Games and Sony have been releasing videos showing you the kinds of shenanigans you can get up to in No Man's Sky when the game arrives next month.
The full [UNKNOWN] to the galaxy was centered around Exploration, fighting, trading, and survival.
Here's everything we now know.
The first video showed the player jet setting off into space, and exploring a small but varied selection of the 18 quintillion proceduraly generated planets.
Once you've had your fill of staring into starry space, you'll be able to land on any planet your choice.
Observe and catalogue the local flora and fauna, discover new life, and find out who uncovered it before you.
Aside from being home to different creatures and planets, the planets also appear to have their own variations in atmosphere, temperature, and potential hazards.
If you want to change up your adventuring with a little renegade action, the combat is totally something that you can stuck get into.
Blast your foes into smithereens with your ship and join massive existing battles that are being waged above the surface of nearby planets.
The guns attached to your ship aren't the only ones you'll be able to go to town with though.
Instead of cataloging the local wildlife, you can also choose to shoot at it until it falls down.
Although doing so, appears to draw the eye of central drone wich come in both hovering and gagautioun form So you'll need to save some bullets for them too.
When you're done killing everything in sight you can make a little time for trading.
In their third world Hello Games showed off the ability to scan planets for points of interest like beacons and minerals and gather natural resources like flora and iron.
It looks like you'll be able to mine a whole lot of geological formations and plant life for useful bits and pieces both on the ground and Out in space.
You're gonna make your way into a starport to both buy and sell cool stuff you've selected out in the galaxy.
You'll also seem to be able to gather blueprint and product recipes, and discovery new technology, and build new components and more for your ship.
Exo-suit and multi-tool.
It looks like you can alter your ship's weapons, health, scan capabilities, and hyper-drive functionality.
And also enhance the protection, stamina, health, and utility stats associated with your exo-suit.
Last up came the video on survival.
You'll want to be wary of hostile planet environments, like Extreme heat or cold, toxicity and high radiation levels which can all hurt you.
The best way of doing so is you guess it going back inside or you can upgrade your exorcist with the appropriate If the planet's trying to kill you doesn't seem like enough of a challenge, it appears some of the wildlife want to have a shot at you as well.
It looks like you'll need to be careful of both your exosuit capabilities and oxygen levels.
While trying not to piss off too many things that want Squash you or shoot you in the face as you go about being the galaxy's best explorer, trader or, ****.
that's everything we gathered from the latest No Man's Sky videos.
Let me know if you caught anything else and what your keen to get up to in the game.
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