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No Man's Sky developer sits down with Stephen Colbert next week

Hello Games' founder Sean Murray will be on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert next Friday, Oct. 2, according to a press release from its network, CBS.

Murray will chat with Colbert as well as host an on-air demonstration. While it's not specified, it's likely that Murray will bring the studio's latest project, No Man's Sky, along with him. If so, this will be the game's first public viewing since its appearance at E3 2015 in June.

No Man's Sky is an upcoming procedurally-generated space adventure game. The game was first announced in December 2013 at that year's VGX Awards. While we picked it for an Editor's Choice Award following its E3 2014 debut, the PlayStation 4 and Windows PC game has since been met with questions and shrouded in mystery.

We had the chance to talk to Murray about No Man's Sky ourselves at E3 this year, where he showed off its first-person gameplay, while also helping to clear up how its universe exploration works and what the player's objective is.

Also during the show, the developer promised that a release date would be coming soon, but one has still not been announced.

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