No Man’s Sky Developers Working on Light No Fire

Hello Games, creators of No Man’s Sky, revealed this week that they’ve been working on a new multiplayer sandbox game named Light No Fire.

According to Hello Games co-founder Sean Murray, this new title has been in development for the past few years, and it will feature a real open world with no boundaries. The gameplay trailer shared at the Game Awards yesterday showcased some really impressive scale, and considering the team has spent the past decade building tech for No Man’s Sky, I have high hopes that Light No Fire will be a bigger, more expansive take on something along the lines of Valheim.

Light No Fire is a game about adventure, building, survival and exploration together. Set on a fantasy planet the size of Earth, it brings the depth of a role playing game to the freedom of a survival sandbox.

A Multiplayer Earth

Carve a life together. Meet players from across the globe, build a life, explore and survive together. Construct persistent buildings and communities, or strike out alone to discover the world for others.

A Procedural Earth

A truly open world, with no boundaries at a scale never attempted before. A massively varied and dense planet filled with immersive biomes, unique enemies and valuable resources to discover.

A Fantasy Earth

Light No Fire presents you with an ancient earth to uncover. One where you’re not the hero. Thick with lore, mystery and a constant fight for survival. Inspired by the adventure, charm and imagination that we love from classic fantasy.

An Unexplored Earth

Every mountain can be climbed, and below them lie endless vistas, oceans and continents perhaps no others have seen. Who will climb the tallest mountains, who will find the deepest sea? Set sail across vast oceans and rivers, ride wild beasts through fantastical landscapes, fly dragons over undiscovered landscapes.

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