A Nintendo Switch physical release of No Man’s Sky has been officially announced for October 7 as part of the new agreement between Hello Games and Bandai Namco Europe. The PlayStation 5 edition of the game will launch on the same day as the Nintendo Switch version. Earlier in the year, Hello Games said the game would launch on the Nintendo Switch sometime in summer 2022. This new agreement is important for both physical and digital editions of the game.
As an added bonus, No Man’s Sky will include all previously released updates and add new content, including the Outlaws and Sentinels. Since the original release, the game has received more than 20 updates, making it fundamentally different than it was when it first launched. These updates have introduced PvP, co-op, underwater exploration, and a horror-themed freighter mission.
The No Man’s Sky was first released in 2016 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The Switch version will include all of these previous updates and any future ones that deliver new content. The game can be played on both docked and undocked, and it supports touch screen input. This port opens up a new avenue for fans to play the game while they’re out and about.
No Man’s Sky is a sci-fi exploration game set in a procedurally generated universe. You can hunt for pirates or hunt for weak creatures. You can also upgrade your ship and arms and armor, and build and survive.
The game will be available on the Nintendo Switch for early access players. A Nintendo Switch release of No Man’s Sky is coming in October, and it is a good time to buy it before the game hits stores.