No Man’s Sky It already has a release date for Switch. The adaptation of this ambitious space exploration game to the Nintendo hybrid was announced at the beginning of the year with the idea that it would come out this summer, although it finally seems that it will be published a little later than expected: its launch is scheduled for October 7day in which we will be able to enjoy it both in digital format through the console’s eShop and in physical format.
It will also arrive physically on PS5 for the first time
Hello Games, developer of No Man’s Sky, has joined forces with the European division of Bandai Namco to distribute the game on our continent. That collaboration not only translates into the arrival of the physical format of Nintendo Switch, but also in the launch of a physical edition of No Man’s Sky for PS5: the same October 7 will be the first time that we can buy the game in box for Sony’s new generation console. Under these lines you can see a new trailer that condenses all the news about the relaunch of No Man’s Sky in October.
No Man’s Sky and his long path of redemption
Both the Nintendo Switch version and the new physical edition for PS5 will include all the free content updates that No Man’s Sky has been receiving over the years. Are 20 content packs ranging from the space pirates from their last update to alien pets and settlements, to mention just a few. This constant arrival of new content, mechanics and functions has managed to redeem a video game that did not start off on the right foot in its original launch, when it was exclusive to PS4. Little by little it has been growing, also reaching new platforms; It doesn’t seem like Hello Games wants to stop here, in fact, because it’s already been confirmed that it will also have a version adapted for PlayStation VR2 from PS5.
In addition to PlayStation consoles and the future version for Switch, No Man’s Sky It is also available on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC, platforms where it can be played through Xbox GamePass.