No Man's Sky finally has a release date, with the long-hyped space game finally heading to the PC and PS4 in June. Fortunately for those of you looking to play it, the minimum system requirements to run the game are very reasonable.
The game's minimum system requirements call for an Intel Core i3 processor, 8GB of RAM and a GTX 480 graphics card or higher. The game itself will also take up around 10GB of storage space.
Not much has been shown about No Man's Sky prior to this announcement but according to press outlets that have managed to get some hands-on time with the game, it is actually an exploration survival game. All planets are procedurally generated and some of them will be hazardous, so you will have to spend time searching through space, gathering resources, learning alien languages, battling different species and crafting different items to stay alive.
No Man's Sky comes out on the 22nd of June on Steam and the PlayStation 4.
KitGuru Says: It looks like most of you are going to have no trouble running this game on the PC at all. It is also nice to finally know what No Man's Sky actually is because we have seen very little in the form of gameplay over the last couple of years. Are any of you looking forward to No Man's Sky coming out?