No Man’s Sky: Origins is set to go live today. It’s perhaps the most impactful expansion the space sim has enjoyed since its launch, introducing a whole host of changes to the underlying procedural generation in an effort to breathe new life to its universe. Speaking of new life, there’s one new creature arriving that many of you have been asking after for quite some time now: the Sandworm. The Sandworm infamously appeared in the 2013 reveal trailer , although it never materialised in the final game. Players spent years hunting it across a procedurally generated universe, with No Man’s Sky director Sean Murray eventually confirming that the creature never made it to the live server shard because fleeing it was no fun at all. So, why the change of heart? “You know, we showed that in a trailer, like, three or four years before No Man’s Sky came out. We were so naive then – so, so naive,” says Murray. The No Man’s Sky Sandworm reemerges I get the sense that Murray would love to tell me that it’s been hiding in the universe this entire time, an ancient relic that was never discovered. But the truth is, the… Read full this story
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