No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games has confirmed that the game’s servers will reset on Sunday, providing everyone with an equal ground to start the game.
No Man’s Sky Server Reset
Senior Programmer at Hello Games Harry Denholm confirmed the news on Twitter saying that the game’s servers will reset on Sunday, giving every player an equal ground to begin the game:
Servers are being wiped on Sunday pic.twitter.com/JTmzabmU1R
— Harry Denholm (@HarryDenholm) August 5, 2016
We recently reported that the release date of the game has been broken in UAE. Combining this with review copies sent out to press, it goes without saying that some players have already discovered a portion of the game and has uploaded their discoveries on The Atlas.
In relevant No Man’s Sky news, a person with an early copy of the game confirmed that the primary objective of the game is to reach the center of the universe after which players can continue exploring as they wish. He also confirmed that the game is pretty monotonous and usually takes about 25-30 hours to complete – which is decent in my opionion. To read up more, head over to the post!
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No Man’s Sky is scheduled to release on Aug. 09, 2016 for Playstation 4 and on Aug. 12, 2016 for PC.