No Man’s Sky PC Version Shows Off 4K Shots, Reveals Settings

By   /   Aug 13, 2016
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The No Man’s Sky PC version is supposed to be coming out today, and the game has helped to build expectations by showing off a number of 4K resolution shots. The game has also revealed the graphics settings for the game, so that you can make your own little universe look as good as possible.

Among other things on the No Man’s Sky PC version, you can re-assign various controls to tailor the game’s control scheme to how you want, such as altering the sprint control to a different button. This can come in especially handy if you’re playing the game with a controller on PC.

Considering that a significant portion of No Man’s Sky’s appeal involves exploring the universe and touching down on any number of planets, graphical resolution is definitely a high priority for the game, especially with it being available in 4K.

Other graphical settings for the game include the requisite options: texture detail, shadow detail, resolution, FOV sliders, gamma, and more.

The No Man’s Sky PC version is one of the most hotly anticipated games of the summer, especially considering that version of the game was delayed for several days.

It’s one of the most ambitious games of this generation, and with the choice of ships, planets, wildlife, and more, the console game has already attracted a large number of players.

If you’re curious about what the No Man’s Sky PC version looks like in 4K, you can head over to the Nvidia website, where all of the different screenshots for it are.

While there aren’t many, there’s likely to be hundreds of different videos of it on YouTube, so if the screenshots there don’t satisfy you you can just go on YouTube and take a look around.

In the meantime, if you’ve downloaded the game by now, go on out and have some fun!

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