No Man's Sky for Switch was confirmed back in Nintendo's February Direct. Scheduled for a summer release, we've not had many updates on this hybrid version — which is confirmed to be coming with all 20 previous updates, including the two newest ones — since its announcement. But in a press release for today's Leviathan expedition, developer Hello Games has confirmed it is duly working on that Switch port.
In the press release, the company has talked about what to expect in its newest update today, but also touched on that highly-anticipated Switch version:
In the background, the rest of our small team have been hard at work putting the finishing touches to, among other things, the Nintendo Switch version and some large upcoming updates.
Sounds like summer is going to be more than doable for the procedurally-generated space game. It feels like it was announced only yesterday, yet the port has actually been in development for more than two years, and it's also running on native hardware by the looks of things. Space adventuring in bed? Don't mind if we do.
We'll let you know as soon as we have a release date for No Man's Sky on Switch!