No Man’s Sky: ID@Xbox boss would be “super-psyched” to see it on Xbox One

Thursday, 12th December 2013 12:27 GMT By Dave Cook

No Man’s Sky bowled many gamers over when Hello Games released its space-faring rogue-like at the VGX awards last weekend. ID@Xbox boss Chris Charla was one of those people it seems, as he really hopes the studio will bring its game to Xbox One.

If you missed the No Man’s Sky VGX trailer, just pop through the link.

Speaking with OXM, Charla said “I would be super-psyched if they want to bring that game to Xbox,” with an apparent, telling smirk.

“We are obviously huge evangelists for our platform. We think it’s rad – some of the things you can do with Kinect and SmartGlass and our controller and the impulse triggers are super-cool. So we’re constantly out advocating our platform, and we hope that developers give us a call.”

VG247 has spoken with Hello Games about the game, so expect some new things on No Man’s Sky next year.

Until then, what do you think of the trailer?



  1. monkeygourmet

    This looked basically how I wanted Destiny to look. (gameplaywise)

    At the moment Destiny looks more like Borderlands than I would like, although there is obviously lots of things they haven’t shown yet.

    I was hoping to be able to fly from planets into space (online space battles ftw). I thought the flying missions in Halo Reach were a test bed for that, but it looks like planet travel is just a fancy ‘loading’ screen in Destiny, and the ability to sell you customisable ship skins.

    I hate the fact that alot of these next gen titles are still coming out on 360/PS3 yet releasing almost a year from now…

    They could have been so much more…

    #1 1 year ago
  2. ps4fanboy

    what if xbox one is just not capable of pulling the game off?

    #2 1 year ago
  3. Beta

    “Super-psyched” and “rad”.

    He’s down with da kids.

    #3 1 year ago
  4. mistermogul

    @3 – Yeah the 80′s kids!

    #4 1 year ago
  5. xxxGamesMasterxxx

    This better not turn into a Xbox One exclusive.

    #5 1 year ago
  6. bradk825

    I too hope it comes to XB1, looks like fun.

    @3 LOL, yeah. He’s hip.

    #6 1 year ago
  7. schnide

    “We think it’s rad – some of the things you can do with Kinect and SmartGlass and our controller and the impulse triggers are super-cool.”

    There is such a thing as trying too hard, and it looks just like this.

    #7 1 year ago
  8. OneLifeCycle

    This game did not look impressive at all to me… It reminded me of old-school Myth graphics… However, I love many games that just don’t have the visuals I wish they did. So I’m hopeful it is something I enjoy. And maybe that’s what people are seeing… Is the potential it has.

    #8 1 year ago
  9. budgiefeet

    Do you think developers are “Super Psyched” with microsofts draconian ‘day one parity clause’ doubt it very much.

    #9 1 year ago
  10. Panthro


    Whats that? I saw a few articles mentioning it but never read them, care to explain?

    #10 1 year ago
  11. Kreion


    “The day one parity clause basically states that developers can release their game on the Xbox One as long as they haven’t already been released on another console. But if you self-publish on Xbox One at the same time as other platforms, everything’s fine.” –

    #11 1 year ago
  12. TheWulf

    I’d be so all for this if it were a multi-platform release and not an exclusive. If it were an exclusive, well… I’d lament all of those lost modding opportunities. This, like Starbound, is just ripe for modding. And this, like Starbound, could be improved by it by having the developers roll the best mods back into the game.

    #12 1 year ago
  13. TheWulf


    Hey, I say rad sometimes! And I’m rather fond of groovy, too.

    Being old doesn’t mean you have to be a soulless husk devoid of fun. And those words are fun.

    #13 1 year ago
  14. Ireland Michael

    @14 You mean… those words are groovy cool, dude!

    People look at me funny because I use the word dude a lot, but that might have more todo with the fact that I’m Irish and not Californian, and less to do with the 80s.

    Anyway, more games for more hardware is always a good thing. I’m happy to get this game on any format. It looks pretty phenomenal.

    #14 1 year ago

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