No Man's Sky
"No Man's Sky" will be released on June 21 for North America and June 22 for Europe. PlayStation Blog

Hello Games has been giving fans some details about its upcoming space exploration title, “No Man’s Sky.” Recently, the developer revealed that the game will have a lot of aliens and their own languages and cultures.

This time, it seems like there will also be some dialogue options in “No Man’s Sky.” A new leaked image spotted by PlayStation Lifestyle suggests that there may be some dialogue trees in the game. According to the source, the dialogue option was found via a showcase during the Game Developers Conference 2016.

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The source adds that the dialogue was shown as the player was interacting with an alien NPC. The text highlighted can reportedly be included in the vocabulary of the player. Now this features has not yet been mentioned or teased by the developer. But considering the breadth of interaction and exploration that can be done and the rewards that players can get when getting on alien races’ good sides, this is not impossible.

If the feature is indeed present in “No Man’s Sky,” it will enhance the experience for the player even more. However, since Hello Games has not yet hinted at the feature, it is best to wait for an official announcement.

If there is one thing that fans of “No Man’s Sky” can expect, it is that the game is not aiming to be predictable, both in the gameplay and its performance as a title in the industry. According to BBC, Game Creator Sean Murray wanted his small team and him to go in the direction of innovation rather than going with predictability in games that more or less reassure profitability.

“I don’t really care that much, I’m not making a game for the most people to buy,” said Murray to BBC. “It really started off as a crazy pipe dream experience, we’re doing something that’s never been done before and that’s what’s interesting.”

Whether or not “No Man’s Sky” lives up to its hype remains to be seen. But at the rate that it is going, there is a big chance that the game will have a new spin on space exploration.

"No Man's Sky" trailer (Credit: YouTube/sonyplaystation)