No Man’s Sky New Trailer Surfaces Online, Showcases Space Combat
No Man's Sky, the space game currently in development for PC and PlayStation 4, is one of the most anticipated indie titles releasing in the next few weeks, and excitement has been building up for the game in the past few days. Earlier today, a brand new trailer has also been made available, focusing on one of the game's features.
The new No Man's Sky has been made available a few hours ago, but has been promptly removed. Thankfully, somebody managed to download it before it got removed, making it available on YouTube in average quality. You can check out some of the game's space combat sequences right below.
Plenty of players are quite excited about No Man's Sky. Earlier this month, the space game by Hello Games has been nominated as Amazon UK's most anticipated 2016 game, ahead of other high profile titles such as Battlefield 1, Mafia III, FIFA 17 and Final Fantasy XV.
No Man's Sky was originally going to be released on June 12th, but the game got delayed to August on PC and PlayStation 4. The team needed more time to work on the game and its huge universe, so to deliver the high quality experience all players are expecting.
The universe of No Man’s Sky is incredibly vast. More than you can imagine. This is a type of game that hasn’t been attempted before, by a smaller team than anyone would expect, under an intense amount of expectation.
And despite all of that, development is genuinely going well. This is the hardest working, most talented team I’ve ever worked with, and I’m so proud of what we’re doing. For all our sakes though, we get one shot to make this game and we can’t mess it up.
To the loyal community who’s stuck by our side since the unveiling of No Man’s Sky years ago, we hope you’ll accept our sincere apology and I am humbly asking that you’ll still look forward to exploring our universe despite the slight delay.
No Man's Sky launches on August 9th in all regions on PC and PlayStation 4.
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