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Sony Leaks Pre-Order info for No Man’s Sky

Since its announcement at E3 2014, Hello Games have been noticeably hesitant to release details surrounding their determined new space game No Man’s Sky. Last year, the game was announced to launch in June 2016 but according to a recent post on the PlayStation Blog, Sony may have let price and pre-order details for the cosmic sandbox game slip.

The update claims that No Man’s Sky would be $60, with pre-orders opening on March 3. The post was promptly updated however, to remove all mention of the intergalactic exploration title (via. GameSpot). Whilst the official release date isn’t far off, it’s quite possible that this information is incorrect.

No Man’s Sky has a huge amount of potential when it comes to adventure, and was named amongst The Palace of Wisdom’s anticipated 2016 releases. Driven by a mere team of 12, Hello Games use mathematical algorithms to procedurally generate around 18 quintillion fully explorable planets. Naturally, it’s a game you won’t be completing for the platinum any time soon.

When it comes to pricing, Hello have always remained silent about the game. They have, however, confirmed (along with Sony) that it will release sometime in June this year; something that makes its unexpected appearance on the PlayStation Blog look like something of an honest mistake.

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Charlie is a platforming romantic from England, that still speaks in a fashion that died with the Elizabethan era. Having been gaming since the days of Crash Bandicoot, he champions the Playstation, and is only a little bit embarassed that Super Mario Land keeps spelling his defeat.