No Man’s Sky release on Nintendo Switch delayed until October

The version switch of No Man’s Sky has been delayed from its original summer release window. the developer Hello Games has confirmed that the game will now launch on October 7.

A physical edition of the PlayStation 5 edition will also be released on the same day.

The game has been available digitally at Playstation 5 since the console launch in November 2020.

Nintendo originally announced plans to carry the title of Hello Games a switch during a presentation of nintendo direct in February, when it was said that it would arrive in the summer of 2022.

Following today’s announcement of the new release date, the founder of HiGames, Sean Murray said: “I think people will be surprised when they can finally play this game on such a small device. It really is a whole universe in the palm of your hand. It has been a great undertaking, but very rewarding for our small team, and I am very proud of the result.”

No Man’s Sky it received a mixed reception at launch after years of hype, but eventually gained a large fan base following continual improvements through updates.

Since that controversial launch, No Man’s Sky it has received 20 major content updates in six years.

version of switch it will include “everything that was possible and applicable to include in those updates, as well as ongoing updates in the future that will deliver new content,” according to a press release.

Murray said in 2020 that Hello Games was working on a new project described as “a huge, ambitious game like No Man’s Sky.”

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