We’re all aware of the history behind Hello Games and No Man’s Sky. We’re even more aware of the epic redemption arc that it went through soon after. In cooperation with Bandai Namco Europe, it unfolds yet another interplanetary chapter in its growing story with its release on Nintendo Switch over the weekend. .
If you’re unfamiliar, the science fiction exploration game was released in 2016, and set in a procedurally generated universe. It features an almost infinite number of unique never-before-seen planets and star systems to explore. Players can choose to explore, craft, build, trade, fight or just try to survive in this vast intergalactic playground teeming with life.
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In its six years, No Man’s Sky has received 20 major updates. Day one players on the Switch can expect everything that was possible and applicable from those updates, as well as any others coming in the future delivering new content to this already massive universe.
As a live service game, players can expect a continuous stream of new content and features that will come to all platforms, including Nintendo Switch.
No Man’s Sky is now available for purchase on the Nintendo Switch.