'No Man's Sky' Latest News, Release Date & Update: Game Will Not Require PS Plus Subscription to Play
There are few but very significant considerations Sony and Hello Games have put on the "No Man's Sky" game and that includes non PS Plus members to play the game online.
When editor David Milner of Game Informer Australia inquired to Sony about the rumors, a representative for Sony stated "PS Plus won't be a requirement to play online, however you will need to connected to the internet for your discoveries to register with the universal atlas."
One of the reasons why they chose to remove the PS Plus subscription to play the "No Man's Sky" game is to allow players to meet more acquaintances in the galactic experience of the game. Sony and Hello Games have since opened more opportunities to players by giving the "No Man's Sky" game a single-player mode. This way, more players will be able to play the game; in return allow more interaction in space.
Meanwhile, other news about the "No Man's Sky" game involves the delay of the game on PC. According to a report by the Eurogamer, the date of release was pushed to August 12 wherein it will be available on Steam, Humble Store and iam8bit. The highly successful "No Man's Sky" game has also been met by issues when a Belgian botanist accused Hello Games of copying his "superformula." Johan Gielis revealed in his Dutch research company Genicap that, Sean Murray of Hello Games has previously admitted it.
The two camps are currently engaging in talks about the "superformula" issue and hopes that things will be settled in time. Previously, Murray also posted some twitter posts, wishing Belgian botanist Johan Gielis all the best in the future and hinted on wanting to meet him and talk about the issue.
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