No Man’s Sky is an upcoming adventure survival video game developed by the indie studio Hello Games. Both Windows and PlayStation version is scheduled to be released worldwide in August 2016.
The video game developer and publisher based in Guildford, England. The brand is known for the critically acclaimed Joe Danger series, and the upcoming release No Man’s Sky. Hello Games was founded in July 2009, They announced a new science fiction adventure game titled No Man’s Sky at the 2013 VGX award show.
Games Developed by Hello Games
- Joe Danger – 2010
- Joe Danger 2: The Movie – 2012
- No Man’s Sky – 2016
No Man’s Sky
No Man’s Sky’s game play is built on four pillar. Exploration, survival, combat and trading, in which players are free to perform within the generated open universe, universe includes over 18 quintillion (1.8×1019) planets, many with their own set of flora and fauna.
Minimum & Maximum Requirements for Windows PC
OS: Windows 7 or Later
Processor: Intel Core i3 (2.60 GHz or above)
Memory: 8 GB RAM (recommended)
Graphics: nVidia GTX 480.
Storage: 10 GB free space required.
Game will include procedurally-generated flora and fauna for the player to discover and observe. The virtual universe, ecosystems, including the stars, planets, lifeforms, and the behavior of the space-bound factions are all created through procedural generation using deterministic algorithms and random number generators.
This generation system can create a variety of planet ecosystems, including differing rotational periods, and behavioral cycles for the creatures.
The amount of life on planets will be factored based on their distance from their local sun, with planets far outside the habitable zone typically being barren of life.
Not all stars will have habitable planets, but will still offer potential opportunities for resources to the player if they can survive its inhospitable atmosphere.
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