Gamespot has put up a video of Sean Murray giving a demo of the latest version of No Man’s Sky at E3 2015. The game looks amazing! I noticed some changes to the radar screen in the ship and other little things as well.
Check out the video and see what you can find.
The New Yorker magazine has a great article on No Man’s Sky and it’s creators Hello Games. There are even a couple new screenshots from the game. Click this LINK to check out the article and make sure to watch the video on the page as well.
The New Yorker posted a second article about the sound in No Man’s Sky. Click this LINK to check it out.
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No Man’s Sky Art Director Grant Duncan was at GDC 2015. He did 2 talks and they are up on the GDC website. Only one is available free to watch. The free one is named “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Procedural Art”.
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No Man’s Sky has been nominated by the Design Museum in London for the “Design of the Year 2015” award in the Digital category.
It’s one of 76 things selected from across all architecture, digital, fashion, graphics, products and fashion by a bunch of design experts.
Hopefully it wins, we’ll let you know if it does.
Thanks to Monjacu on our Forums for posting this news!
No Man’s Sky Art Director Grant Duncan will be at GDC 2015. He’ll be showing some glimpses of the technology they’ve developed to produce procedural places, creatures and vegetation in No Man’s Sky. Click this LINKto go to the main No Man’s Sky website for all the details on where, when and what Grant will be talking about.
A No Man’s Sky fan named Mat Hill has made a fantastic Fan Film based on the game. He and the others he worked with did a great job on recreating a ship from the game. It looks amazing. Watch it for yourself and see if you agree it’s great!
For more on how the film was made, click on this LINK and read about what all it took to make the film.
This news comes from a recent tweet from the Hello Games Twitter account.
The tweet stated, “Sean won’t be appearing at any public events from here on. We’re really sorry for anyone expecting him at GDC, SWSX or DICE.”
It appears that maybe Mr. Murray has decided his time is best spent working on the game instead of talking about it.
Hello Games may appoint someone else into the position of public relations to talk about the game.