Frequently Asked Questions

What is No Man’s Sky about?
No Man’s Sky is a forthcoming science-fiction game about exploration and survival in an infinite procedurally generated universe. The game will have a procedurally generated universe where all players take part in the same universe. While the solar systems and their inhabitants aren’t hand-built, the rules governing world creation and the seed from which everything springs is the same for all players, so the galactic sandbox is identical for everyone. On top of that, the game is meant to be played online, so discoveries and changes are shared to each player. Be the first to a planet and you get your name listed as discoverer, if you choose to share it with the world. Or you can keep it secret to try to hide its resources as long as possible.
For everything you want to know about No Man’s Sky, visit the NMS Information Repository.

Who  make’s No Man’s Sky?
The game is made by Hello Games.

What platforms is the game be available on?
The is available for PS4 and PC.

Still no word on an Xbox One version.

When is the game coming out?
The game is out now for PS4 and PC.

What does procedurally generated mean?
Procedural generation is a widely used term in the production of media; it refers to content generated algorithmically rather than manually. Often, this means creating content on the fly rather than prior to distribution. This is often related to computer graphics applications and video game level design.

Click this LINK to read an article by Alex Wiltshire from Hello Games. The page contains 41 facts about No Man’s Sky.

Where can I buy merchandise for No Man’s Sky?
You can visit iam8bit.com to buy cool prints, T-shirts and more.

What are the PC system requirements to run the game?
These are the minimum system requirements.
OS: Windows 7.
Processor: Intel Core i3.
Memory: 8 GB RAM.
Graphics: nVidia GTX 480.
Storage: 10 GB available space.

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