No Man's Sky: Vibrant screenshots reveal unimaginable worlds.

No Man's Sky

No Man's Sky is arguably E3s most anticipated announcement. It's one gigantic procedurally generated universe filled with beautiful worlds to explore.

Everybody should have heard of No Man's Sky by now, it was one of E3 2014s most successful announcements. A procedurally generated, infinite universe with endless amounts of galaxies and planet-sized planets all available to explore at your own will. The universe is so big, even when millions of people are grouped in one gigantic server, the chances of crossing paths is remotely slim. Everything is procedurally generated, from landmasses to oceans, to clouds, wildlife and structures. Every atmosphere is also procedurally generated and every planet will have a different atmosphere, weather patterns and different ecosystems.

But words can never quite explain just how beautiful this universe is, which is exactly why we have put together some screenshots which you can find below. The style is quite cel-shaded so the visual experience is artistic.


Red Grass? I wonder what type of creatures live here...
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A shipwreck? I wonder what those drones are doing...
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Looks more beautiful than Earth...

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Swimming with sharks...
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I wonder what this is...
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A giant sand worm? This place looks dangerous!
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Inside the cockpit of your spaceship.
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These drones probably aren't friendly...
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No Man's Sky is going to debut on the PlayStation 4, it will be followed by a PC launch. Xbox One? No confirmation, but its down to Microsoft. At the end of the day, once it debuts, it will likely make an appearance on all of the next gen consoles so yes we think it will, perhaps even the Wii U gamers will get to experience this too.

Tell us what you think about the game. Are you as hyped as we are?

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