First released in 2016 for PlayStation 4 and PC, the space exploration sim is perhaps one of the most famous redemption arcs in the game. Before its release, its developer made lofty promises about visit a billion dollar planetIt’s a immortalized in print with coverage in acclaim stores like New Yorkers. All of this led to frenzied expectations, but upon release, players found a game that, while visually stunning, was devoid of touted features. like Multiplayer function.
A steady wave of updates, expansions, and content additions has fundamentally transformed No Man’s Sky into the game people expect. Not sure you’ve heard, but it’s good now. At the same time, Hello Games has broadened its aim and released the game on more platforms.
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In 2018, No Man’s Sky landed on Xbox One. Two years later, during the launch window of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, it also landed on those. And just last year, it (eventually) achieved largely “positive” reviews on Steam, the popular PC store.
Now, it’s coming to the Switch. The official date has not been announced. Today’s announcement is relatively thin and doesn’t seem to show anything that isn’t in the game yet.
That said, it’s hard to imagine such a game running on a handheld console with a relatively lower wattage, isn’t it? Technically it is possible play No Man’s Sky offline, but you miss out on many good community features that way. ONEAnd we all have horror stories about the reliability of Nintendo’s online connection. Plus, even on more powerful control panel, No Man’s Sky occasional stuttering.
As KotakuJohn Walker’s John Walker quipped in Slack, shortly after revealing, “I can’t wait to play No Man’s Sky at 8fps! ”
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