This past year, gaming titles have seen a rise in sales just as much as the consoles. And developers are just bent upon bringing better games that change the meaning of experience and storyline. With Rockstar Games shining in the success of GTA V, open world gaming is awaiting the release of No Man's Sky.
Developers of the gaming title have started to receive death threats when they announced that the game would not be available so soon. There are many reasons why the game is worth waiting for. Here is why.
Infinite Open World
The reason why No Man's Sky took the spotlight at E3 was the fact that your world is not limited. It does not limit you to just one city like in GTA. It takes place in a whole new universe. And a big one too! The game generates new worlds to be explored and the player can visit the planet, look at the birds, animals and plants, find hidden treasures etc.
Every day a new world
The game generates differents worlds and the environments with the help of its codes. No two worlds will appear the same and every element is more different and exciting. Players will discover new worlds or can explore the others during their journey.
Star Trek game
The game takes cues from the famous Star Trek series. Travelling across the galaxy, finding new worlds. Reaching a new planet, you will be facing the elements and exploring a lot of new things.
If you thought that No Man's Sky is just about finding new worlds and exploring, then you're wrong. While you may be out exploring the multiverse, you may stumble upon enemy squadrons ready to leave you for dead or to steal or supplies. And you won't be fighting alone.
No Man's Sky is truly an endless game. No one knows how many worlds are there, and how many more you could stumble upon. The infinite possibilities could leave you either bored of it, or you may find it more challenging.
The title was slated for a June 21 release but the company has disclosed that it will delay the release due to unknown reasons. Followers of the game were enraged and even gave death threats to many of the developers too. Sony has gone on to announce that the game will release in August and will be available for PlayStaion 4 and PC.