Sony PS4 Neo is confirmed by the company, but the specification hasn’t been revealed yet. According to rumors, the new successor to the PlayStation 4 will be featuring a powerful processor and more RAM. Recently, a new game “No Man’s Sky” is in the town which is making noise, apart from the augmented reality Pokemon catching

As the hardware and software reliability improves, every game’s user experience improves, but in the case of No Man’s Sky, a recently released space exploration game from an indie developer Hello Games, it would “fundamentally change” the experience not only in the graphics, but within the core game. When asked about the remastered version or the new updated version of the game for Sony’s upcoming gaming console PS4 Neo, the founder and creator of No Man’s Sky Sean Murray revealed this.

Hello Games’ much awaited/hyped game No Man’s Sky has been launched yesterday and it is basically a first-of-its-kind space exploration game which revolves around a “universe-sized sandbox full of choices.” According to the game developer, gamers can explore over 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 (18 quintillion) possible planets inside the game.

In an interview with Daily Star, the founder of Hello Games and the creator of No Man’s Sky has revealed that Sony’s upcoming PlayStation 4 Neo with new, faster processor and increased RAM would “fundamentally change the experience” of the game. He said, “the game is procedurally generated more powerful hardware doesn’t just mean upgraded textures or a higher framerate. It means we can fundamentally change the experience.”

Sean Murray also says that “it’s a really fun thing to think about what impact more powerful hardware could have on our game and tech in the future” and that “with more powerful hardware, we can have more trees, more leafs on those trees. The density or immersion of worlds, or new types of worlds could exist.”

Meanwhile, he hasn’t revealed about the more content for its PS4 Neo version of the game, or any new separate version for the upcoming console. He also suggested that the change in experience can’t be compared with other games that revolves around an already developed geometrically shaped base world because No Man’s Sky generates the base world as the gamers move across planets.

It’s highly unlikely a new version of No Man’s Sky to be launched for the new console, at least in 2016. To support this fact, the reports suggest that Hello Games is already working on another unnamed game project extensively. The game No Man’s Sky has been launched for PS4 users on August 9, 2016, while the PC gamers will have to wait until August 12, 2016 for the official worldwide launch of No Man’s Sky for PC.