Nintendo officially confirms that the Switch version “No Man’s Sky” will arrive on October 7, 2022. According to Hello Games, after the official launch of the game, Bandai Namco will distribute the physical version. At the Nintendo Direct meeting in February this year, it was also officially announced that “No Man’s Sky” will land on the Switch platform this summer.
“No Man’s Sky” is a game with the theme of space exploration, adventure as well as survival. There are theoretically 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 planets in the game for players to explore. Thus, we can say that the planets are almost infinite. At the same time, because the game uses an algorithm to generate planets, the game itself is not large. Furthermore, gamers can play this game completely offline.
In August 2016, “No Man’s Sky” (No Man’s Sky) was officially launched on the PSN store in Hong Kong. The Chinese version sells for 398 Hong Kong dollars ($51) and includes early purchase bonuses. On August 13 of the same year, it landed in the Steam country, priced at 158 RMB ($24).
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In a separate report, the official trailer of “Xenoblade Chronicles 3” is out. The story of “Xenoblade Chronicles 3” will tell about six young girls who belong to two hostile countries “Corvis” and “Agnus”. The game will be available on the Nintendo Switch platform on July 29. The whole region supports Chinese and the exchange of “any loss coupons”. The digital version of this game is 8,700 yen ($65) and the physical version is 8,778 yen ($66).
Nintendo Switch has sold 25 million units in Japan
As of June 16, 2022, Nintendo’s Switch handheld console released on March 3, 2017, has been in Japan for 276 weeks (about 5 years and 3 months). A recent report reveals that its sales now exceed 25 million units (estimated at 25,010,404 units).
- Nintendo Switch: 18,379,851 units
- Switch Lite: 4,754,257 units
- Switch (OLED model): 1,876,296 units
The Nintendo Switch current game sales rankings – top five rankings are:
- Assemble! Animal Crossing: 7,261,929 copies
- Smash Bros: 4,895,873 copies
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe: 4,664,614 copies
- Pokémon: Sword and Shield: 4,345,336 copies
- Splatoon 2: 4,086,738 copies