Nintendo Switch To Get No Man's Sky in October
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Nintendo Switch players get ready to explore space and different worlds. Today, No Man’s Sky is announced as coming on Nintendo Switch, and it is also getting a physical release on the PS5 on the same day.

Recently, Nintendo Switch also reported getting Nvidia GeForce Now so users can play high graphics games with more accessibility and more new titles early.

No Man’s Sky Is Coming To Nintendo Switch

The 2016’s hit high graphic space exploration game from Hello Games is coming to Nintendo Switch on 7th October, 2022. This version will come with extensive quality as it possibly by developers.

It was firstly announced to launch for the summer season of this year, and then, for some reason, its launch is now set for early this fall. The game will be available in both types, digitally and physically.

Initially, Hello Games launched the game for PC and PS4 in 2016. With its unique world vibes, it became popular in the gaming community. You can see from the above trailer the game quality is still the same.

In the past years, the game got six significant updates named Frontiers, Prisms, Expeditions, Companions, Outlaws, and Leviathan. This Switch version contains all-new gameplay mechanics and enhancements to the game’s visuals.

Besides, Hello Games also announced to launch the physical release of No Man’s Sky remastered version for PlayStation 5 on 7th October, including all the last 3 year’s updates.

Founder and managing director of Hello Games, Sean Murray, said, “This makes it so much harder to bring our game to something like the Switch, but I think this team never seems happier than when they are trying to do near-impossible things”.

As the company launches the game on PS5, the developers are also planning an update that allows No Man’s Sky to support Sony’s PlayStation VR2.