"No Man's Sky," a science-fiction game from developer YouTube, is perhaps one of the most anticipated games in 2016. The game is likely to be released on June 21 to PS4 and PC.
The game, according to a post in PlayStation blog, is set in infinite procedural universe and its developer showcased a 15-minute gameplay demo of the video. The video was hosted by Sean Murray, programmer at Hello Games. He was joined by Anthony Carboni, a host and Star Wars nerd.
The video shows a lot of new footage from the game. The game is based on exploration, where players can explore it on foot or using jet pack. They can also fly to the places they want to explore, where they can mine the resources, trade them for newer upgrades, gear, weaponry and more.
Players can also carve caves using special guns to warm their body temperature. They can also name the animals and the planets they see and people who come later will have to use them.
"No Man's Sky" costs $60 for anyone who wants to buy it.