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While No Man’s Sky was an massive open-universe game with a sci-fi theme, Light No Fire has a fantasy theme instead.
“What people don’t know is that for the past five years we’fve been working on something new,” Hello Games founder Sean Murray said at The Game Awards. “Something very different, something maybe more ambitious.
“For No Man’s Sky we generated a whole universe of sparse-looking alien planets, and that wasn’t easy, but there’s something that’s much harder that we wanted to do.
“For our new game, we want to create an Earth, something that’s varied, a planet that’s as varied as a universe.
“Something bigger than Earth, something with real mountains – not video game mountains but mountains that are miles high, taller than Everest, that when you climb on top of them and look out you can see rivers, and canyons, and continents, and oceans.
“The first real open world, something without boundaries, and we’re going to let everyone play in it together.”
“We’re super nervous but really excited. If people like it, this is a game I’d like to still be updating 10 years from now.