ByKen McDonnell, writer at Creators.co
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No Man's Sky has seemingly endless potential in so many different areas. It's wonderful to see Hello Games, and especially Sean Murray, receive so much attention for their work. Sean Murray actually sold his house to finance one of his previous games and now No Man's Sky looks like one of the biggest draws for Sony's PS4 console. They are undoubtedly putting in a ridiculous amount of hours into making this game run and we can't wait to see the end results.

Hopefully No Man's Sky will gain enough money to financially secure the team to continue building and expanding the team at Hello Games. But could we actually see Sony take their current project as one of the launch titles for their fascinating Project Morpheus? Can you imagine playing No Man's Sky with a VR headset?!

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No Man's Sky

No Man's Sky & Project Morpheus

Project Morpheus is yet to receive an official release date for consumers. Though, undoubtedly we won't be picking up this little guy until 2016. Sony are obviously designing their current games to work with the VR headset, and I wonder whether the likes of Uncharted 4 may be shown off with the use of this gear (doubt it will be available with VR for us). But No Mans Sky seems like the perfect candidate to show off the potential of Sony's Project Morpheus!

Sony are obviously going to need a launch game for the headset, one with enough potential to incite players to put forward another $400 or so for this new gaming gear, on top of the PS4. E3 could hold some great surprises for games that Sony are planning on releasing in the future, but at the moment, No Mans Sky is their number one title that could suit this device.

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No Man's Sky

Could We See No Mans Sky's Release Date Pushed to 2016?

Therefore, if Sony were to hypothetically plan for No Man's Sky to release with Project Morpheus, could we see the title be pushed to 2016? Would that mean that this Australian magazine got the release date wrong? Or is development simply taking longer than the team anticipated (very likely considering the string of releases that have been pushed to 2016 lately).

Or No Man's Sky will simply release this year and Sony will later show off the technology by showing the beauty of No Man's Sky. What do you think gamers? Would you play No Man's Sky on Project Morpheus? Would you hate to see its release date pushed to 2016? Let us know in the comments!

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