There’s no doubt that gamers all over are quickly purchasing a copy of No Man’s Sky on the PlayStation 4. This has been one of the biggest anticipated video game titles to have released in recent years, but if you thought that the development team, Hello Games, is taking a well-deserved break, you couldn’t be more wrong.
In fact, Hello Games co-founder, Sean Murray, did a Reddit AMA last evening. It was here that Sean revealed that the developers are still very much hard at work when it came to No Man’s Sky’s PC version, which originally was set to launch alongside the PlayStation 4 release today.
Instead, PC gamers will have to wait until August 12, 2016, just a few more days away, before they are able to explore the vast universe. It’s within the same AMA that we learned some rather interesting things that went into the development of Hello Game’s recent video game release.
For example, Sean Murray admits that since he first announced No Man’s Sky, he survived on just three hours of sleep daily in order to work on the video game. That led to stress and fear of showing off the project. Then during his low points during the game development, Sean took inspiration to keep working on the video game simply due to the overwhelmingly positive fan feedback.
Now that gamers are starting to enjoy the game today, we’re interested in hearing the feedback. Once again, if you’re a PC gamer, your copy of No Man’s Sky will be available on August 12, 2016.