99.9% of the planets in ‘No Man’s Sky’ will remain unvisited

Let’s go with one of those questions that I think you wouldn’t get right no matter how much you thought, how many planets do you think the next Hello Games release, No Man’s Sky, has in its program? Say something… I don’t know, 100, 1000… you better stop racking your brain because as we are going to tell you, it is very normal that Sean Murray has commented that no matter how much we play his title we will run out of Explore at least 99.9% of the planets in the game.

And the answer to the question we just asked you is neither more nor less (use the calculator because you don’t know how to pronounce this, not even jokingly) 18,446,744,073,709,551,616. How are you staying? I’m sure like me, with a face of disbelief, the kind you wear on the street and people stare at you. The number is said eighteen trillion and what follows next.

Without a doubt, No Man’s Sky is going to be one of those games that we will be able to enjoy with our children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren… You know what they will say, you can’t die without riding a bike, planting a pine tree, having a son and visit at least 1% of the planets in No Man’s Sky. To get started, remember that on June 22 the title will hit stores on PS4.


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