Bandai Namco announced they will publish the Hello Games-developed space adventure, No Man’s Sky, on Nintendo Switch to be released on October 7, 2022.
The game will receive a physical and digital release, alongside a physical release of the PlayStation 5 version on the same day. The Switch release will contain “everything that was possible and applicable” crammed onto the release in terms of updates and DLC from the last 6 years.
“I think folks are going to be blown away when they finally get to play this game on such a tiny device,” said Sean Murray, founder of Hello Games, a development team based in the United Kingdom. “It really is an entire universe in the palm of your hand. It has been a huge undertaking, but a very rewarding one for our small team, and I’m really proud of the result.”
No Man’s Sky has a rocky launch during its 2016 release as the game contained several bugs and limited features when compared to what was promised to fans. Now, that has pretty much changed with the help of updates as players can now explore, craft, build, trade, fight or just try to survive on various planets.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the release of No Man’s Sky on Nintendo Switch.
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