"No Man's Sky" Switch version of the real machine video exposure: stable frame rate, will be launched on October 7
Switch version of "No Man's Sky" will be officially launched on October 7. Game blogger NitendoLagacy released a real video of the game.

Since the video resolution is very low, it is impossible to judge the resolution performance. However, from the perspective of the overall smoothness of the game, its frame rate performance is still quite stable. Previously, "No Man's Sky" creative director Sean Murray also said that version 4.0 will focus more on Switch.

AndroBliz learned that "No Man's Sky" is a game with the theme of space exploration, adventure and survival.

There are theoretically 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 planets in the game for players to explore, which can be considered almost infinite.

At the same time, because the game uses an algorithm to generate planets, the game itself is not large and can be played completely offline.

In August 2016, "No Man's Sky" has been officially launched on the PSN store in Hong Kong. The Chinese version is priced at 398 Hong Kong dollars, and includes early purchase bonuses. On August 13 of the same year, it landed in the Steam in China, priced at 158 RMB.


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