No Man’s Sky launched as a first-person game back in 2016, will be able to enter its cosmic expanse themselves: Support for PlayStation VR is coming to the game, Sony announced Monday during its first State of Play livestream.
The virtual reality support will be part of the free Beyond update for No Man’s Sky, which developer Hello Games announced earlier this month. It’s unclear how extensive the VR functionality will be – there’s no word yet on whether it will be possible to play the entire game in VR. The gameplay footage from State of Play, which you can view above, referred to a PSVR "mode included" in the game.
Hello Games 'Beyond update will also introduce a significant expansion of the game's existing multiplayer functionality, which the study described as' radical new social and multiplayer experience that empower players everywhere in the universe to meet and play together. "Beyond will be" most ambitious chapter so far ”in No Man’s Sky’S history, according to Hello Games.
No Man’s Sky debuted on PlayStation 4 and Windows PC, and was later ported to Xbox One. There are no word yet on support for VR headsets as the Oculus Rift is coming to the PC version.