The planets in No Man’s Sky are big but the real question is are they really as big as real planets?
Popular time-lapse map walker TheyCallMeConor tried his hand in finding how much time would be needed to walk across a planet and he was able to walk halfway across a No Man’s Sky planet in under twelve hours.
Twelve hours is a long time and this shows that No Man’s Sky has some big maps. However, in real life, it would take more than 5000 hours to walk halfway round the Earth’s equator.
Although the player character moves in a much faster speed than us and there is a difference in the measurement units, still this difference is way too much. You can check out the video below.
People now are using this evidence to prove that developer Hello Games and publisher Sony has failed to keep their promise with No Man’s Sky. Sean Murray from Hello Games once mentioned in an interview with GameInformer that the planets in No Man’s Sky are Earth-sized.
No Man’s Sky is anyway a very big game and I personally have no complaints about its size. Do you feel the same about the sizes of the planets or have any other views? Do let us know in the comments section below.