PlayStation 4 gamers have been logging and renaming bizarre animals, patronizingly patting aliens on a head, and exploring No Man’s Sky’s galaxies for most of a week.
But what about Windows PC gamers? When do they get to dive into a (obviously) higher chronicle of a diversion and take (obviously) improved screenshots of all of their dumb adventures?
The bad news is that a PC chronicle of No Man’s Sky isn’t due to strike until 1 p.m. ET tomorrow, Aug. 12. The worse news is that there will be no pre-loading available.
That’s right, PC gamers: Not usually do we have to wait until Friday to start playing, though we have to wait until Friday afternoon (on a East Coast). Actually, that’s not when you’ll be playing, though when you’ll start downloading — and, if story repeats itself, patching.
No Man’s Sky is accessible for pre-order by Steam or GOG. You can also collect adult one of a remaining Limited Edition versions of a diversion from iam8bit. That package comes with possibly a GOG or Steam formula as good as a Traveller pin, a diorama arrangement backdrop, record and space pen, and a hand-painted, expel steel boat reproduction with decals for customization.
Check out new shots of a finished boat above, and afterwards figure out how to while divided a rest of a time before a diversion launches. I’ve forsaken a handy-dandy countdown time next to prominence only how solemnly time moves. In a meantime, we can review a impressions of a opening of No Man’s Sky and investigate some tips from a guide.