Independent video game title No Man's Sky that is produced by game developer Hello Games has received the warmest reception even at its development stage. Not since Destiny has a video game as anticipated as No Man's Game and of course everybody is expecting the game to live up to its hype.
Fresh leaks have emerged that Sony is planning on unveiling No Man's Sky during its scheduled press conference at the Paris Week on October 27 and start shipping the following day. The highly-anticipated No Man's Sky is set to be released as a timed exclusive by Sony for PlayStation 4 (PS4) game console (Sony is also treating No Man's Sky as a first party exclusive.
A report by Design & Trend has cited a prominent industry leakster who has accurately predicted the release of some of the most popular video games, including Fallout 4 and The Order 1886, who provide details not only about the game's release date, but its pricing as well.
In addition to the Design & Trend report, another leakster named Tidux posted in his Twitter account that the release of No Man's Sky is indeed just a few days away. However, Tidux did not provide the pricing for the game, early reports said it will cost $60 for the full version. Other reports claimed that PlayStation Plus subscribers will be given discount when purchasing the game.
Also firing up gamer's interest about the game was reports that circulated over the Internet claiming that those who pre-ordered No Man's Sky from giant online retailer Amazon, have received an email that it will start shipping on October 28.
However, Amazon quickly backtracked and said the email was sent by mistake. The online retail giant sent another e-mail to inform those gamers about the error. "That email was sent by mistake. We still haven't been given a release date for this item by the publisher. You'll receive another email from us soon to confirm that we don't have a release date yet," Amazon said in the second email.
Meanwhile, Hello Games has announced that the special No Man's Sky demo at the UK GameCity Festival originally set for October 22 has been moved to a still to be determined date. Hello Games said in its post, "We realize how disappointing this news is for fans of both the game and the festival but we hope they can take some comfort in the fact that No Man's Saturday WILL be being rescheduled for a later date."
No Man's Sky is being marketed to be one of the AAA titles to be released on PS4 and PC platforms in the third quarter of 2015.