No Man’s Sky creator Hello Games has teamed up with Bandai Namco to bring its hit survival title to the Nintendo Switch.
We knew from a Nintendo Direct that aired earlier this year the game was coming to the portable console before today’s announcement. However, the last mention of the project came with a summer release window, which has now been pushed back. But vague time frames are a thing of the past, No Man’s Sky is officially coming to the Switch October 7.
Fans all over the world can pick up either a physical or digital copy of the game come October. In addition to the Nintendo console launch, PlayStation 5 owners will be able to buy a physical remastered edition on the same date. The remaster of No Man’s Sky will come with all the previously released content included, which when tallied up means new-gen PlayStation owners will have access to 20 different updates in total.
Looking over the titles’s long history and its new leap onto the Switch, Hello Games founder Sean Murray observed the following.
No Man’s Sky’s Switch and PS5 remastered editions are set to release on October 7, but you can also purchase a copy of the game on all major platforms.