It has been known for some time that the sci-fi epic No Man’s Sky will also be released for the Nintendo Switch – now there is a specific date for this.
For Switch fans, the long wait is almost over: Bandai Namco and Hello Games today confirmed the release date of No Man’s Sky on the Nintendo console, after the title was previously confirmed for this platform. So it will start in a few months.
A digital version of the sci-fi epic will be available on Nintendo eShop from October 7th, 2022; In addition, there is also a physical game version available from retailers. Side note: The date is also relevant for PS5 owners, because for the first time there will also be a physical game version for the current Sony console.
Hello Games’ sci-fi exploration title originally launched in 2016 with a lot of hype and initially disappointed. However, the creators made rigorous improvements in the period that followed and now have a real long-running hit with the procedurally generated universes. You can let off steam in the galaxy and not only explore planets, but also craft, build, trade, fight and just try to survive.