May 30, 2016 01:58 AM EDT

'No Man's Sky' Release Date Update: Why Is The Game On Consistent Delay?

Recent news and updates for the release date of "No Man's Sky" continues to baffle the gaming enthusiasts. It appears that the game's release date has been nothing but consistent delay. Also, hints that the developers not retrofitted to get the job done arise.

"No Man's Sky" is a highly ambitious game that has a lot of people up and excited but it looks like gamers will have to wait a little bit more as far as its release date is concerned although there were unofficial release date being bumped to either July or August, reports Game & Guide.

The constant release date has been a major flaw for the game. It has ushered disappointment for fans who have high expectations for "No Man's Sky" and what it can offer on the table. ALso, The space exploration game was revealed in 2013 and included extensive coverage that included the "Steve Colbert Show" and "The New Yorker" and the game was originally set for a June, 2016 release, as noted by the same post.

Meanwhile, it stands out that even Sean Murray has been feeling the pressure too. A post from Polygon revealed that the maker of "No Man's Sky" says he received death threats throughout a week in which his game was reportedly and then confirmed to be delayed. Sean Murray, the managing director for Hello Games, even shared it on his Twitter account.

It stands out that the unreliable dates have pushed the limits of the gamers and has even affected its creators as well. However, it does not imply that "No Man's Sky" would not hit the stalls nor are the developers incompetent to get the job done.

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