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No Man’s Sky Fans Show Their Support By Using Hashtag #LoveHelloGames
Following the announcement of the delay of No Man’s Sky, Hello Games founder, Sean Murray, was greeted with death threats from some emotionally sensitive gamers. However, not all of us gamers are serial killers, and to prove it a German Youtuber Elca asked his/her followers to express their support for Hello Games by using the hashtag #LoveHelloGames.
This hashtag is being used on Facebook and Twitter, and thanks to the support by some international Youtubers, this hashtag #LoveHelloGames has generated a tidal wave of positive comments expressing their love and support for the developers at Hello Games.
Hello Games founder, Sean Murray, and a game programmer Innes McKendrick have appreciated the community for their love, and thanked them for their support.
Originally the game was supposed to be released on June 12 2016, however, a report surfaced few days ago that suggested that Hello Games will soon announce the delay, and the next day Hello Games announced the delay and said that the game will release on August 9 2016.
Recently a leaked image surfaced that was taken from the developers meeting held by Hello games. The picture in question revealed dialogue wheel for the game, and that is not all. The image also reveals that No Man’s Sky will also feature an element of alien languages, which players will have to learn in order to communicate with other species.
Given how huge the game will be, it is a possibility that there are going to be a lot of alien species, which means there will be a lot of alien languages.
No Man’s Sky is a procedurally generated first person space exploration game, with more than 18 Quintilian planets to explore and every planet has its own unique environment and life forms. The game will be available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.