No Man’s Sky, an ambitious space adventure game developed by the UK studio Hello Games for the PlayStation 4 and PC, has been delayed, according to two independent sources. It supposedly will not be released until at least July or August. The game has been highly publicized and was announced in October to be coming out in June of this year, but that’s obviously not the case.

The two sources to confirm the delay were a trusted Kotaku source and a GameStop employee. GameStop received marketing materials for the game with the June release date, but the company was informed that the release date was incorrect and that they should change it to “coming soon.”

Regardless of the delay, Sony has a killer lineup of games for this upcoming year so there isn’t any reason to worry as long as the game comes out this year.

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