There is no denying that one of the most awaited games of the year 2016 is “No Man’s Sky.” This title with its promise of 18 quintillion worlds has been creating headlines for quite sometime now.
Naturally so, ardent gamers are eagerly waiting for its launch. Earlier reports have hinted that the much-talked about title will be rolled out sometime in June this year. However recent reports indicate, much to the dismay of avid players, that the release date of the title may be pushed back. According to report on Parent Herald, the title may be released later in the year.
The possible reasons for the delay could be that the company’s initial plan, which was to launch the game for PS4 platform has changed. The makers are also working out details with Microsoft to roll-out the game for Xbox One too. Furthermore, according to report, developers have also set their eyes on launching the game for the Sony Playstation VR. Previous reports have revealed that Sean Murray of “No Man’s Sky,” has hinted at the game also arriving for VR Head Gears.
“I don’t know what I’m allowed to say,” shared Murray. “It’s something we’re thinking about. Morpheus, Oculus… There’s nothing more cool and sci-fi than VR and a big procedural universe. I think that, for the people who want to just explore, and even for the space combat and things like that, it would be a good fit. Let’s put it that way.”
According to GameRant, there is an issue with regards to Microsoft’s launch parity policy, but fans are aware that Xbox director Chris Charla has shared that “he would love to see” the title arriving for Xbox One. So, it appears it’s a matter of taking care of few details.
Since “No Man’s Sky” first look at Spike VGX 2013, which left gamers enthralled, the wait has only become longer. Last year’s glimpse into the title, assured players that the game may be arriving sooner rather than later this year. But it looks like, the developers have to iron out a few details before the much-anticipated title can be rolled-out on different consoles.
Avid players can keep coming back for more updates on “No Man’s Sky.”