The release of space exploration game No Man’s Sky, made by indie developer Hello Games, has been delayed despite being heavily anticipated. According to Kotaku, it will not be released until at least July or August. No Man’s Sky, which allows users to explore infinite universes, was originally set to debut on June 21 on PS4 and PC.
GameStop received materials that promoted the game’s release in June, an employee told Kotaku, but stores were asked to cover the date up with a “coming soon” sticker. However, some stores, such as Amazon, still show a June 21 release date. Sony and Hello Games have not commented on the change of release dates.
Watch the trailer for No Man’s Sky below.