If you are aware of No Man’s Sky will know that the title was already leaked, video appearing at times on some pages and that they are selling on eBay for a ridiculous amount of money. Well, Hello Games, the creators of the game, ask fans to stay away from all spoilers.
“We’ve spent years filling No Man’s Sky with surprises. You’ve spent years waiting. Please don’t spoil it for yourself :(,” tweeted Sean Murray, founder of Hello Games. “Take a break from reading about it, and picking vids apart. You can experience for yourself so soon.”
We’ve spent years filling No Man’s Sky with surprises. You’ve spent years waiting. Please don’t spoil it for yourself 🙁
— Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) July 29, 2016
One of the stories circulating on the Internet is of Daymeeuhn, user of Daily Motion. According to him, he bought the game on eBay for a price of $1250 USD. “My best gaming experiences have been when I’ve received games before street date, knowing I was truly on my own in the universe of that game, and no matter how tempted I might be to ask a friend for help or check a website for a tip or cheat, I CAN’T because it doesn’t exist,” Daymeeuhn said. “If NMS is crack for everyone here in this reddit, the idea of an early experience with zero information surrounding it is the equivalent of the purest, uncut and unfiltered crack money can buy for me,” Daymeeuhn said.
At the moment, we know that the material on No Man’s Sky streamed online will be removed quickly by Sony, but anyway, if you do not want to know much about the game, better stay away from the Internet for a few days.
No Man’s Sky will debut on August 9 in North America for PlayStation 4 and PC.