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New No Man's Sky trailer focuses on survival

Raymond Bakker
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Raymond Bakker
Wednesday, July 27, 2016 | 20:45 GMT
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New No Man's Sky trailer focuses on survival

Wednesday, July 27, 2016 | 20:45 GMT
Raymond Bakker
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Raymond Bakker


Hello Games has released the last "Guides to the Galaxy" trailer for No Man's Sky. The trailer focuses on the survival aspect of the game.

In No Man's Sky players explore a procedurally generated deterministic open universe containing over 18 quintillion planets. The game is built on four pillars: exploration, combat, trading and survival. The new trailer focuses on the last of the four pillars of the game: survival.

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Over the past couple of days the developer of the game released three other No Man's Sky trailers that are part of the "Guides to the Galaxy" series. The first trailer focuses on exploration, the second trailer focuses on combat and the third trailer focuses on trading.

No Man's Sky is set to release August 9th in the US and August 10th in Europe for Playstation 4 and August 12th for PC worldwide.

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