Despite the game going Gold earlier this month, it still looks like No Man’s Sky needs a little bit more time to work as reports are coming in that the game has been delayed on PC by three days.
According to the game’s website, the PC release of No Man’s Sky has been pushed back to August 12. This is just two days after the game’s PS4 release here in the UK on August 10, and three days after the North American August 9 release.
No official press release or news post has been released giving a reason for the game’s delay, though presumably due to how close Hello Games and Sony have been working together, it may just be so that the PS4 release comes first.
In other No Man’s Sky news, it’s been revealed that the game won’t require a PlayStation Plus subscription due to the game’s vastness making it almost impossible for players to actually play together, despite the game being connected to the Internet.
The game’s soundtrack, which is being composed by post-rock band 65daysofstatic, entitled No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe is now available for digital pre-order on all major online music services. Those who pre-order on iTunes will get a bonus instant-download of the track ‘Supermoon’.