No Man’s Sky is coming to VR

It's finally happening: more than two years after the launch, the science fiction exploration game No Man's Sky is becoming virtual reality. It will be available as part of a free update this summer on PlayStation VR and Steam VR. "I guess it's not a big surprise, but the whole team here is in love with everything related to science fiction," developer Hello Games explained in a blog post. "Virtual reality feels as if a bit of science fiction became real, and it has always seemed like a perfect fit for this futuristic game of ours."

The new virtual reality option will not have a separate game mode; instead, you can play the whole game as it currently exists in virtual reality. "By bringing full VR support, free of charge, to the millions of players who are already playing the game, No Man's Sky will become perhaps the most possessed VR title when it is launch, which is strange to think, "says Hello. "The team is working very hard to meet the expectations it creates. We are excited for the moment when millions of players will suddenly update and be able to set foot on the planets of their homes and explore the complex bases they have built in virtual reality for the first time. "

The new VR support is part of the recently announced update Beyond for the game, which has three key components: the first will offer a new online "multiplayer" experience for the game, while the second is virtual reality. The third pillar of the update has yet to be revealed.

Although it had some rocky release, the developer Hello Games has constantly improved No Man's Sky since its debut in 2016, adding things like multiplayer support, building bases, new underwater worlds and extraterrestrial archeology, meanwhile, the studio also recently announced its next game, a to experience on a much smaller scale called The Last Campfire .

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