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Dual Universe sounds like an MMO take on No Man’s Sky.

Dual Universe sounds like an MMO take on No Man’s Sky. Announced during the E3 PC Gaming Show, it takes place in a single, seamless, fully editable shared universe. You can fly between planets and space, build civilizations, and explore a nearly infinite universe. Can developer Novaquark pull it off? Who knows. Read more...
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