The much-hyped space exploration game is rumored to be delayed, pushing back the scheduled release date from June 21 to sometime later this summer.It feels like the hype for No Man’s Sky has been as seemingly-infinite as the space exploration game’s often-touted 18.
With its last official release date being listed as June of 2016 by developers Hello Games, No Man's Sky seems to have been delayed without a new release date according to sources close to Kotaku and a GameStop employee and the marketing materials the store received (photo below).The hugely ambitious game may not be quite finished yet but there's no denying the hype surrounding it.
It was recently announced that the highly anticipated game No Man's Sky would be pushed back from its June 21 release date until August 9th.When games get delayed this close to their release date, it is usually for polishing up the game and fixing last minute bugs.
The Nintendo's NX delayed until early 2017, and supply chain sources think it's for adding VR to the console, along with increased mobile functionality.According to Digitimes, Nintendo's NX is delayed until early 2017.
The reason for this extension is so the game will have the best visuals and quality that we have come to expect from PlayStation.Players may not like the push back of the release date, which was originally scheduled for 2016.
Yooka-Laylee has been delayed to Q1 2017, yet somehow fans aren't peeved.In the meantime, here's a new trailer courtesy of Playtonic.
Sorry Planescape: Torment fans, the spiritual successor Torment: Tides of Numenara is being pushed back.In their update for the game's Kickstarter, Brian Fargo states that he wants to give the localization team more time to touch on the game.
Below, an Xbox One and PC rogue-like adventure game, had been planned for a summer release but developer Capybara Games has made the sad decision to delay the game; it still needs further development.From the very beginning, BELOW has been our most ambitious undertaking, and we're just not quite done excavating its depths, or polishing all of its facets.