No Man’s Sky Legal Battle Ends, May Have Contributed to the Delay
No Man’s Sky legal battle has ended, according to Sean Murray. The legal battle was over the use of the word “Sky,” which is owned by Sky.
Yay! We finally settled with Sky (they own the word "Sky"). We can call our game No Man's Sky. 3 years of secret stupid legal nonsense over
— Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) June 17, 2016
No Man’s Sky has been delayed to August 2016 and it is only natural to assume that this legal battle may have something to do with its. It could also explain why Sony took so long to date it.
The good news is that No Man’s Sky Legal Battle is over and devs can use the word “Sky.” I wonder what would have happened if they lost. The game would have needed a new name or worse, be delayed again.
Its recent delay resulted in developers receiving death threats.
I have received loads of death threats this week, but don’t worry, Hello Games now looks like the house from Home Alone #pillowfort.
Tell me when it’s safe to remove the marbles and oil from the stairs. It’s getting really cumbersome, and I need the toilet
No Man’s Sky is releasing on PlayStation 4 and PC in August.