No Man's Sky New Development Details Announced by Sean Murray; Hello Games Team 'Hard at Work', 2015 Early Access Not Possible
The gaming fans went on a frenzy surrounding the No Man's Sky surprise release at Paris Games Week today, October 27. Sony, however, debunks this rumor which spread online like a wildfire. On the other hand, Hello Games main man, Season Murray, took to Twitter to update fans on the development status of its highly anticipated indie space exploration title.
As reported by PlayStation Lifestyle, Murray tweeted new development details on No Man's Sky amidst the hype of stealth release happening this week at PGW Sony's Press Con.
His tweet reads:
For those asking, we are still incredibly hard at work on No Man's Sky, but it's going really well.We get one shot to make this game, and we don't want to mess it up. Hope that's ok.
In addition, Hello Games founder bluntly denied the ongoing rumor that No Man's Sky will get a stealth release on October 27, that's today.
He is straightforward to say, "I heard that rumour that NMS is stealth releasing on Oct 27th. It is false. If you were hoping for more No Man's Sky news at Paris Games Week, it won't come from Murray. "I can't be there but I know Sony have an amazing show planned. If you are a gamer, tune in ;)."
He also revealed that his company has first considered an early access to happen this year but according to him, 'it's not right for NMS'. Moreover, Murray commented in response to a query on whether or not they revealed No Man's Sky too early.
"Maybe? But the game wouldn't be possible without the community it created. Their support + positivity is fuel to our team,." he stated.
Meanwhile, Sony's Paris Games Week press conference is scheduled for Oct. 27 at 9 a.m. PT. Game Ranx noted that the official PlayStation Blog has announced that Sony's presence at Paris Games Week is for their European audience and that it wil be "much like E3 is targeted to the US audience and Tokyo Game Show is targeted at Japan."
The games that will be playable at PlayStation's booth at Paris Games Week are: Call of Duty Black Ops 3, Star Wars Battlefront, and Ratchet & Clank.
Developed by Indie developer Hello Games, No Man's Sky is slated to release as a timed exlcusive title on PS4, and PC hardware.