For those of you that are highly anticipating No Man's Sky (who play on the PC), there's some bad news. Sean Murray, the main programmer of No Man's Sky and founder of Hello Games, has confirmed that No Man's Sky has been delayed until the 12th of August on the PC version. This is due to the fact that, as his tweet states, "they're working extremely hard on the PC version of No Man's Sky," which is a great thing to hear, as many people who are anticipating No Man's Sky are going to be playing it on the PC. Good news for anyone with a PS4 who've already pre-ordered it, as the PS4 version will remain to be released on its regular date, the 9th of August.
One of the main reasons for No Man's Sky being delayed is the fact that they're adding support for 21:9 monitors, which is fantastic news for anyone using an ultrawide monitor. I'm personally using a 16:9 monitor, so this doesn't really affect me.
You can check the tweet below.