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No Man's Sky is finally finished

One of the most anticipated releases of 2016, the space exploration game has made it through a troubled development cycle and numerous delays.

No Man's Sky, the indescribably enormous space exploration game, is finally finished.

Creator Sean Murray tweeted out a photo of the Hello Games team popping the champagne over what could well be the world's very first copy of the game.

Originally scheduled for a June 2016 release, it was pushed back until mid-August. After a troubled 4-year development cycle, many feared the ambitious game might never see the light of day.

The game is one of the most hotly anticipated indie darlings of the year, and with the promise of trillions of planets to explore and species to discover, it's easy to see why. Don't worry, fellow astronauts. The wait is almost over.

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