Co-creator Sean Murray showed off the vatness of No Man’s Sky, but he also showed United States how exploring unknown regions can be unsafe, as he landed on a remote planet that happened to be guarded by sentinels – huge unmanned robots that serve the goal of annihilating explorers like yourself. Unlike most of today’s other news, this does not seem to be a leak at all.
Only four screenshots in the gallery appear to be new, however, these could be more than enough for now to whet the appetite of expecting fans. This time, we’ve gotten a glimpse at some gameplay that wasn’t scripted and saw just how massive the game is.
Everything we’ve seen from the game looks spectacular, so it’s no surprise that these screenshots and pieces of art fit into that category, as well.
No Man’s Sky made another appearance at Sony’s E3 press conference, showing off some more gameplay footage. The game has come a long way since previous year, and the procedurally generated worlds are simply too gorgeous to think that a computer created them.
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