Published: Wed, July 13, 2016
Tech | By Dwayne Harmon

No Man's Sky is only 6GB

No Man's Sky is only 6GB

As it turns out, however, it seems the audio will take up most of the space.

On Friday, lead developer Sean Murray tweeted: "It's happened".

Over the weekend No Man's Sky finally went gold, meaning that is ready for its release next month.

No Man's Sky is said to have around 18 quintillion planets for players to explore, which would take one player around five billion years to actually achieve.

How is that possible? There are some things that could delay the game when it comes out, as there could be server trouble, like there was with Pokemon GO. Developer Hello Games have announced that the game has gone gold, which means that development on the game has ceased and been completed.

No Man's Sky is one of the most highly anticipated games of 2016.

You could inhabit and claim for your own the very first planet you encounter, or plunder it for resources, destroy the natural habitat and eco-system and leave it completely barren.

I can't wait to play this game and see if it lives up to the hype.

It's been an extremely busy time for Hello Games as of late.

The team are already working on the game's first update, this before the launch of the game on August 9 in North America, and August 10 in Europe. It is because of the fact that the ton of content in No Man's Sky is procedurally generated. Murray revealed that the game will be available on August 9th, for the PS4 and PC.

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