No Man's Sky Screenshot
Warping towards a new planet in No Man's Sky. Hello Games

No Man's Sky has given PS4 and PC players an entire universe to discover, filled with procedurally generated planets, plant life and animals of all sizes. Despite the universe being one shared among the game's millions of players, they're unlikely to come across each other, but may come across what each has found and discovered.

For the most part however, players will be discovering planets untouched by others – exploring them for materials and secrets. The data from these charted worlds are then uploaded to The Atlas, and can then be viewed in the galactic map.

As the game takes up residency in the disc drives and hard drives of players around the world, IBTimes UK has decided to put together a gallery showing off some of our own discoveries. Below are five planets we've found in No Man's Sky, what we've called them, what can be found on them and some lovely snaps of their landscapes.


Alexandrovskyv

  • System: Otiamiatigove
  • Weather: Humid
  • Sentinels: Minimal
  • Flora: Full
  • Fauna: Common
No Man's Sky Alexandrovskyv
An alien structure on the surface that offers a lesson in alien language to players. Hello Games

Eptacoksitro-Nat

  • System: Vervnosovo
  • Weather: Dry gusts
  • Sentinels: Limited
  • Flora: High
  • Fauna: Ordinary

Likiazakun Rutmar

  • System: Otiamiatigove
  • Weather: Warm
  • Sentinels: Minimal
  • Flora: Lacking
  • Fauna: Occasional

Hiyevozyo Itid

  • System: Vervnosovo
  • Weather: Dry gusts
  • Sentinels: Limited
  • Flora: High
  • Fauna: Ordinary

Teskases XI947

  • System: Vervnosovo
  • Weather: Fine
  • Sentinels: Low Security
  • Flora: Empty
  • Fauna: Devoid

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