No Man's Sky
"No Man's Sky" will be released in August. PlayStation Blog

It seems that there’s no way another delay for “No Man’s Sky” will happen. Hello Games’ Sean Murray has just posed in his Twitter the announcement alongside a photo of the team celebrating the fact that “No Man’s Sky” has gone gold.

What’s more, as proof, the developer even has a copy of the disc, albeit not a final copy. The disc that Murray is holding in the picture is marked RC1. He explained that this means Release Candidate 1.

“We passed cert first time in EU, US and Asia, currently here working on Japanese submissions,” said Murray on Twitter.

Apart from this, Murray also confirmed that “No Man’s Sky” will be worth 6GB on disc. Most of that is reportedly audio.

If those updates are not enough, it seems that Hello Games is trying to get a head start on the title. DualShockers caught glimpse of another update, which announced that the team is already busy with Update 1.

Back in May, there was a report from Kotaku that first gave fans the hint that “No Man’s Sky” will not meet its June 21 release date. The source had been correct, as Murray himself announced the delay a day after reports have been made.

Fans have been divided as to how they reacted with the newest delay. Since “No Man’s Sky” was first announced back at VGX 2013, with development hailing a little more back from then. The waiting may have been too much for some, while others have been more understanding, stating that it was better to ship the best version of the game than rushing to meet the June deadline.

The expected launch date for “No Man’s Sky” is Aug. 9 for North America, Aug. 10 for Europe and Aug. 12 for the U.K. The game is a console exclusive on the PS4 and will also launch on the PC.