No Man’s Sky is yet to be released. However, there’s no doubt the game has caught the attention of many gamers. With No Man’s Sky due to release tomorrow on the PlayStation 4, some gamers received their copies early and actually leaked some gameplay footage online.
However, Sony has stepped up to take down No Man’s Sky streamers and has enforced a ban for streamers who leak No Man’s Sky. A twitch steamer by the name of “Tony Windebank” has called out the message of being among the first to get striken down by the rules after “Daymeehun”.
— Tony Windebank (@MadWinde) 6 August 2016
Here’s an additonal screenshot from the Twitch streamer which clearly shows that Sony has flagged the stream
Additionally, Hello Games, the creators of No Man’s Sky have announced that the No Man Sky’s Game Servers will be enforced with a reset which will delete all the save data of the early gamers. The Day-One Patch will be out tomorrow and gamers will enjoy a new story which has been rewritten along with some changes to the algorithm of the game. It should be expected that it’ll also fix some bugs in the game as well that have been reported by the lucky owners.
On the flip side, Daymeehun, the first person to leak No man’s Sky’s Gameplay online claimed that he had reached the centre of the Galaxy, though, according to Polygon, that isn’t the case and it’ll take about 586 Billion years to touch down onto every single planet for a second. Imagining this, there’s almost no chance for players to meet each another in the Galaxy.
No Man’s Sky is shaping up to be a humongous game, and with the developers not knowing themselves about how huge the Galaxy in the game is, most chances are that you’ll be able to name your own planet.
Sources: Polygon Facebook, GearNuke