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- LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 15: Hello Games, Sean Murray demonstrates 'No Man's Sky' during the Sony E3 press conference at the L.A. Memorial Sports Arena on June 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. The Sony press conference is held in conjunction with the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) which focuses on gaming systems and interactive entertainment, featuring introductions to new products and technologies. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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“No Man’s Sky” has already resulted in a lot of disappointed gamers due to the delays tied up to its release. But Hello Games Sean Murray is trying to weather all that by keeping his chin up as the company tries to work on a new release date with August as the target.
For those who are unaware, “No Man’s Sky” should have been out this month. Hello Games pushed the release date to August instead, a move that is seen to ensure that the game lives up to the hype.
Proof that there are a lot of disappointed gamers was the fact that some went to the extreme. This included the team receiving death threats due to the delay per Game Rant.
While that could be something that Hello Games will not need for “No Man’s Sky” such has reportedly not succeeded in dampening the spirit within the game development team. They continue to keep positive vibes within the ranks and hopefully this would be enough to have the massive exploration game out by next month.
Hardest Challenge for Sean Murray
Through an update via the “No Man’s Sky” site, Murray is aware of the disappointment that the delay of release has caused. He admits that “No Man’s Sky” is one of the hardest things he has worked on, bigger than what anyone could imagine.
With a small team working on “No Man’s Sky” that could be an understatement. Seeing the intent of coming up with a massive space exploration game of this magnitude would need a great degree of creativity and open-mindedness, dealing with the adversities adds to the pressure.
Just the same, Murray and the team are in high spirits and seem to be on the right track of things. The kind of word (massive as it sounds) should be interesting.
Aside from that however, it will be interesting how Hello Games will perk up everything with the ‘goodies’ – with reference to crafts and characters that gamers will eventually get to see.
“No Man’s Sky” is scheduled to be released on August 9, 2016 with versions for the PC and PS4.