No Man’s Sky Won’t Be Affected By The Recent Water Flood

Hello Games claimed – on a blog post yesterday – that No Man’s Sky won’t be affected by the recent water flood on its office. The development team won’t let a delay happen, even though it lost all its PCs, laptops, equipment, furniture and dev-kits.

Hello Games also talked about the idea of launching a Kickstarter campaign for No Man’s Sky. Unfortunately – or fortunately, depends on your perspective – there won’t be such a campaign for this title.

“I like Kickstarter, and I love what it stands for (all my Xmas presents were Kickstarter pledges). Financially I guess it’d probably be a really good time for us to do one, and so many people have suggested it. I just don’t think it’s the right thing for No Man’s Sky right now though, and we’d probably rather not eat than do the wrong thing for this game.”

So, no delay for No Man’s Sky according to the devs. That sounds great. Here is hoping that the end product won’t be affected in any other way by this flood (you know, like cutting features or dumbing it down).

John Papadopoulos

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