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What is No Man's Sky?

Atlas Rises update

Please note that with the Atlas Rises update, a major reseed of the existing No Man's Sky universe took place. This has resulted in many of the discovery pages (regions, stars, planets, creatures, weapons, etc) being renamed or changed significantly. The admin staff for the wiki are researching these changes and will be determining a plan of action and the future direction for the wiki. Thank you for your patience!

It is highly recommended that you hold off on making any additional changes to the wiki until a decision has been made and finalized.


No Man's Sky is a procedural science fiction exploration and survival game developed by English developer Hello Games out of Guildford, UK. Hello Games is best known for their Joe Danger series, and brought their unique development style to No Man's Sky. The game features planetary exploration, deep oceans, space-based battles, predators and prey, and much more across various procedurally-generated worlds. Each world has its own ecosystems, rewards, and dangers, leading the player through the four core pillars of the game: Explore, Fight, Trade, and Survive. The game launched on 9 August 2016 in NA on PlayStation 4, 10 August in EU on PlayStation 4, and worldwide on 12 August on PC.


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