No Man’s Sky to Receive PlayStation VR Support

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No Man's Sky: Beyond FeaturedA surprise announcement during today’s State of Play PlayStation broadcast reveals that No Man’s Sky will soon include VR support for use with PlayStation VR. This support will arrive in the form of No Man’s Sky: Beyond– a free update for owners of the base game. No hard release date has been given at this time, but we do know that it will arrive sometime during the summer of 2019. Have a look at the screenshots below to see some of the teased gameplay:

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No Man’s Sky first launched back in late 2016 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Since it’s initial release, it has seen a large host of updates to address user feedback. For those yearning to get more out of the game (especially those who already have a copy on PS4), this VR update may provide that extra something needed for giving the game another look. Let us know in the comments below if you currently own the base game, plan to pick it up, or if you have any thoughts about this teased update. Also, be sure to stick around as more information is made available.


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