Obviously, video game publisher Hello Games' did not pushed through with the June 8 release of the most anticipated game video game 'No Man's Sky' to coincide with the birthday of controversial rapper and Kim Kardashain's husband, Kanye West.
Rumors first emerged early this month that Hello Games might pull a big surprise on June 8 when a Twitter exchange between No Man's Sky lead developer Sean Murray and West surfaced. In his Twitter account @NoMansSky Murray told West, "I just wrote 3,000 lines of code and it compiled first time. Thought you'd want to know."
However, Hello Games stirred the attention of gaming fans when it released an extended footage of No Man's Sky during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2015. However, Hello Games still did not provide exact details on its release date.
The extended footage runs for roughly six minutes and provides enough details to further ignite frenzy towards No Man's Sky. Although the footage did not give much information about the gameplay and how players can maneuver about the imaginary universe, said Tech Times.
Hello Games described No Man's Sky, "Whether a distant mountain or a planet hanging low on the horizon, you can go there. You can fly seamlessly from the surface of a planet to another, and every star in the sky is a sun that you can visit. Where you'll go and how fast you'll make your way through this universe is up to you. It's yours for the taking."
No Man's Sky is expected to become the biggest title in the gaming community this year in terms of scale as it involves a massive 18 quintillion worlds, beyond what the human mind can imagine.
No Man's Sky features procedurally generated open universe that allows players to explore and upgrade their characters as well as their command ships and starships. These massive features of No Man's Sky have ignited concerns amongst industry players that Hello Games will not be able to meet its set deadline.
No Man's Sky to Release on PC and PS4 Simultaneously
Good news to loyal PC users, during the recent Electronic Entertainment Expo, Hello Games announced No Man's Sky will be released on PC and PlayStation 4 (PS4) platforms simultaneously, reported VC Post.
The announcement is a deviation from the original plan to launch No Man's Sky on PS4 platform first and then release the game on PC platform.
Hello Games also hinted that all the planets in No Man's Sky can be destroyed according to the desire of the player.
No Man's Sky is scheduled for release in 2016 but the game developer has yet to announce a specific launch date.