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One of the most anticipated video games release in 2016 is the survival game "No Man's Sky" from developers. Hello Games has gone gold (final version of the game that goes into print), announced game creator, Sean Murray on his Twitter post.

Murray posted selfie of the entire team holding a first copy of the game. The image also has other teammates sporting champagne bottles. He noted that it had taken them four years to finish the game and it had four years of "emotions," and he was proud of his "tiny team."

Murray was seen holding a Blu-ray disc with "No Man's Sky" written on it.

"No Man's Sky" originally was expected to be released in June 2016, but had to be delayed after the company revealed that it was polishing the game further in order to avoid issues during its ultimate release.

The game would be releasing on PC and PS4.

Here are some fan reaction to the news of the game going gold: