'No Man's Sky' News & Update: Game's Level-Up Feature Revealed; Everything Gamers Need To Know

"No Man's Sky" is considered one of the highly anticipated games of this year. Gamers are so excited for the game's release, it even drew flak when its original release date was pushed back. While the game is still in development, some of its features have already been revealed, one of which is its level-up system. Here is the latest about the upcoming title's level-up feature.

According to The Bitbag, "No Man's Sky" director Paul Weir described a level-up system specifically designed for the game. Although it is already confirmed to exist, Hello Games did not opt to reveal any specifics about its feature. It holds true that most of the elements in "No Man's Sky" revolve around space travel, ships and planets, among others.

As for earning in-game currency and/or resources in "No Man's Sky" game, there are a bunch of ways to do it. One is by reaching the nearest possible space station so as to trade resources for in-game units or money. By doing this, players can come up with spaceships, suits and even weapons. Moreover, character stats in "No Man's Sky" is said to be very dependent on the character's chosen suit.

There are lots of possible ways for "No Man's Sky" to introduce a leveling system. From gathering experiences from fallen opponents to taking resources, these are all possible. Hello Games can even top it with some interesting bonuses. But then again, the decision is still up to the studio.

"No Man's Sky" has somehow sparked frustration and anxiety from the community. That the game has since been long-hauled, leaving fans to anticipate the arrival each day, as reported by Parent Herald. In fact, as revealed in the past, death threats have been given to the game's managing director. This only shows the kind of hype the title is building since time immemorial.

"No Man's Sky" is slated for an August 9 release. It will be made available across all platform.

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