No Man's Sky from Hello Games isn't like any other game you've played before.
From the first time you load in on strange alien planet, it's clear you are not the center of this Universe.
Not necessarily the hero of the story.
You are just in amongst this universe and hopefully engrossed in it.
After getting some hands on time with the game, the only thing that's truly clear is that there are no guided objectives.
Aside from the faint suggestion of continuing to move toward the universe's core.
But with 18 quintillion planets to explore, you'll likely find yourself creating your own objectives and In the scenery, no matter where you find yourself.
This is like a canvas that you could have so many different types of game experiences in.
You could become a trader, a fighter, an explorer, you could be a survivalist.
Those things, they're meaningful.
During my demo time, Hello Games announced that No Man's Sky will include an
In PC alien races, making your journey much less lonely.
It'll also make your travels much more entertaining, since you'll need to invest time learning alien languages and trading with the locals to curry favor and maybe snag some upgrades for your equipment.
Once you have a better ship, more fuel, and improved survival skills, you'll be able to expand your exploration
Discovering new species, meeting new races, and maybe even finding a point of interest from another player who already has traveled to and departed the very same planet you're currently standing on.
We're still curious to find out how different or similar planets and ecosystems will end up Being in the final version of the game but even know mans guide developers don't really know what's out there since the planets are generated by mass but now at least we know we aren't alone in this universe.
We want to feel real and we want it to deliver for me like a book could never give or a film could never do that feeling
This is mine and I'm the first to be here.
And I like that about the game.
One man sky blast off in outer space on June 21st, 2016.
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