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No Man’s Sky gets two new trailers

Two more trailers for the procedurally generated, sci-fi sandbox game, No Man's Sky have been released following the Sony PlayStation Experience event and The Game Awards.

No Mans Sky

These two trailers below give us another small glimpse at the incredible detail in the game's different planets that are just waiting to be discovered, explored and for us to leave our mark on them. The finished game, which will be coming to PS4 sometime in 2015 and then PC shortly after, is being developed here in the UK by Guildford based, Hello Games. Considering the success of this indie studios last game, Joe Danger, hopes are high for No Man's Sky; especially since it wowed gamers and journalists alike in its first unveiling at the tail end of 2013.  [yframe url='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-X8KMoAWFPE'] [yframe url='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmwG6Sj1Yfg']

A vast and epic world also needs a suitably epic soundtrack and it was recently announced that UK band 65daysofstatic will be composing the OST for the game, with some of their music used in the above trailer.

KitGuru Says: While there are still quite a lot of unknowns about the multiplayer features and what the gameplay will actually be like, these trailers look amazing. I for one cannot wait to get my hands on this and get out there exploring the ‘verse. Anyone else excited about finding your very own world?

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  1. ok im a bit concerned about the center of mass on the animals at the end; they should not be able to stand like that without falling over.

  2. They better increase the draw distance, for Pc at least.

  3. Dear PS4 folks – please leave some planets for us to explore as well.
    – Sincerely a PC gamer

  4. They may have really strong leg bones/muscles. You have no idea.

  5. PC are troublesome. I have an old PC. it give me all kind of headache. I don’t want to spend $500 to spend on new ones. Every time I power on my PC it display no picture. Troublesome right?…

  6. Those animals are completely unnatural, no matter what kind of bones they have. I honestly doubt that nature would make such an animal in 10s of millions of years. What do they eat? They definately can’t catch other animals, and there are no tall trees that would allow the animal to eat. That animal definitely can’t reach the ground with it’s head, that much is painfuly obvious. And with no trees around, animal like that would die off completely in mere years.

  7. It’s only troublesome if you’re a complete and utter computer iliterate….

  8. I can’t help but think that this game will be uber boring. What will you do? Ok, you will discover new planets, but you’ll have enough of that in about an hour. Then what?? I don’t know, I have yet to find a proceduraly generated game that is interesting (yea, most of the time they look good but that’s about it). Can’t imagine playing this for months on end without any story or any sort of progression. Ok you can probably trade and do dogfights, but that’s just isn’t enough, especialy for a game that is only about trading, finding new planets and dogfighting.
    I don’t know, we’ll see.

  9. What the…? Instead of helping me solve the problem, you are being sarcastic here. Sad life…

  10. Michael Harlan Petersen

    It is an alien planet, quit acting like you know anything about it.

  11. Dude, your argument is kinda like saying “This planet that we know nothing about in a video game is totally unrealistic. It’s nothing like our planet at all!” For all you know, this planet could be a scientific anomaly with no similar physics to ours at all.

  12. you have watched to many bad movies just because you leave the planet does not mean you leave behind physics. you go to mars you still have gravity and mass and velocity. chemistry may change but relativity does not apply to just us its the hole universe.

  13. Even if it was just exploring, that’s enough for me. I dumped like 100 hours into exploring the Forbidden Land in Shadow of the Colossus and there’s literally nothing there… the end of this trailer sold me. That weird stargate? That giant monolith on the other side? WHAT IS IT? I NEED TO KNOW

  14. …. Did you plug in your monitor properly and set it to HDMI mode? (if that’s what it is). Also, no offence, but he’s kinda right. xD

  15. Can’t help me solve the problem? Then you are just a nerd PC who is a complete and utter computer iliterate. Sad life…

  16. Yep I have done it without and with graphic cards. I don’t know what’s the problem. The monitor stay like it’s on standby mode. I have seek help on the forums too but they can’t help me. PC are really troublesome huh?…

  17. … How does Physics have ANYTHING to do with Biology? Evolution doesn’t work purely based off of physics. Some things that don’t make sense survive on occasion.

  18. Because gravity determines muscle mass and bone density. Take elephants bones for example they cant grow any bigger then what they are because the would break under the weight.
    Astronauts in space loose muscle mass and bone density due to the zero or low gravity.
    The physical environment does play a role in Biology.