You might that Murdoch dominance in the world wouldn’t try to stop a game called No Man’s Sky. But this actually happened. It was first announced on Twitter, then I found it on Dualshockers.com, that shared the news about issues that the team behind No Man’s Sky had because of their “Sky” name usage. It’s an amazing world out there and especially media that seems to have no respect for others works. We all live under the same sky and no one should hold back a product that isn’t even in their media category.
Shared on Twitter about this 3 years of Secret legal Nonsene
On 18th of June, Sean Murray announced on Twitter: “Yay! We finally settled with Sky (they own the word “Sky”). We can call our game No Man’s Sky. 3 years of secret stupid legal nonsense over”
After three long years, that “Sky” name issue has been solved as revealed by Creative Director Sean Murray on Twitter. This must be a huge relief for the team creating this masterpiece game. Ohh! Be sure to read an extensive review about this game when Distrita gets it in our hands
Words Description should be Enough
Here at Distrita we think that such cases are destroying the independence for people to evolve and compete. Sky is what we all look at, and any word shouldn’t have any licenses at all even if the British Sky company got trillions of money. As long the description is strong enough about what the product is, then there should be no fight from Sky company. This is a game and not a TV channel! And that should be enough, but seems to be the reason for Sky to retreat their threat towards Hello Games and No Man’s Sky Developers.
Luckily there will be no “No Man’s Clouds” for sure!. That’s certainly a relief. This title is going to be so huge. You will have days and months exploring all of its planets. This game is taking you to a universe that is just waiting to be explored.
No Man’s Sky releases on PS4 and PC on 9th of August, 2016. Be sure to read more about it here!
Check out this interesting Trailer from YouTube
Description of No Man’s Sky
No Man’s Sky is a game about exploration and survival in an infinite procedurally generated galaxy.
No Man’s Sky has been in our heads for a very long time. In fact, it has its roots in Sean Murray’s experiences growing up on a ranch in the Australian outback. It was the true middle of nowhere, where if something went wrong you were told to just stay where you were and light a fire at an exact time every day, and hope that someone would find you. The night sky was filled with more stars than you’ve ever seen, and we’ve all thought that this is exactly where videogames would go, videogames that contained the whole universe, and you’d be able to visit it all. No Man’s Sky takes that jump – it’s the game we’ve always wanted to make.
- A TRULY OPEN UNIVERSE If you can see it, you can go there. You can fly seamlessly from the surface of a planet to another, and every star in the sky is a sun that you can visit.
- EXPLORATION IS SEEING THINGS THAT NO-ONE ELSE HAS EVER SEEN BEFORE Every creature, geological formation, plant and spaceship is unique.
- SURVIVE ON A DANGEROUS FRONTIER You are alone and vulnerable, and will face threat everywhere, from deep space to thick forests, barren deserts to dark oceans.
- BUILD FOR AN EPIC JOURNEY Collect precious materials and trade them for better spacecraft and upgrades for your suit and equipment and prepare for your journey to the centre of the galaxy.
- A SHARED UNIVERSE Choose to share with other players your discoveries on a map of the galaxy. Strike out for unexplored frontiers or build your strengths in known space.
- 65DAYSOFSTATIC SOUNDTRACK Our favourite band, 65daysofstatic, is producing a soundtrack album especially for No Man’s Sky, which will be featured in the game as a procedurally generated soundscape.
Now its only for you and me to wait until 9th of August. And lets hope that the game will get a release this time. I am so eager to try and explore the worlds in this game. This will be the sci-fi game of the Year it seems. All the time since Elite was a game changer and then the even greater Elite II brought us one of worlds biggest ever made games. Distrita wishes Hello Games all the best with the release.