Friday, 05 August 2016 16:29

VIDEO: No Man Sky – A Guide To The Galaxy

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A quintillion planets is a lot to explore and it may well be that No Man Sky will be the one game you will need for the foreseeable future. Well, until you reach the centre of the Universe at least.

The highly (perhaps too highly ?) anticipated No Man Sky is not far from a launch date, hitting PlayStation 4 consoles on 10 August, and then arriving a few days later on the PC.

Sean Murray and the team at Hello Games have created the science-fiction game set in a near-infinite, procedurally generated galaxy. 

There are 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 planets in the universe. If you visit each for a single second, it will take you 585 billion years to see them all.  

Or perhaps it might only take you 30 hours of game play to get to the desired centre of the Universe. But would that be playing the game right?

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