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'No Man's Sky' Players Have Made Planets Dedicated To Raves

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'No Man's Sky' Players Have Made Planets Dedicated To Raves

Ever since Hello Games introduced actual synthesizers into the world of No Man's Sky it's allowed fans to bop to all sorts of tunes. Fans are bopping so much, that they're actually creating planets which are solely dedicated to having massive raves on.

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The fans creating these dedicated rave planets have dubbed them the 'Dual Rave Planets' as the music from the synthesisers are complemented with the bioluminescent worlds that they reside in. These players are part of the fan-run Galactic Hub and the founder of the group commented on the creation of these intergalactic rave parties to Polygon, saying that they're some of the "more complex" creations in the group.

The founder of the group went on to say, "I used to be a raver in high school so I thought it'd be fun to celebrate the whole PLUR culture and that bioluminescent planets would be the perfect spot to do so."

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Players began building these planets earlier this year and are now complete for folks to come visit and rave their hearts away. The settlements on each planet can hold up to thirty bases maximum, and each planet has a variety of activities to do there. While some fans were happy to simply build musical stages for the raves, others created small mini-games to keep guests entertained, such as this giant skee ball arcade game.

It's a delightful place for fans of No Man's Sky to visit, especially for folks who weren't able to attend any music festivals this year due to the pandemic. While it won't completely recreate that feeling, it's a nice substitute.

Featured Image Credit: Hello Games

Topics: Xbox, News, Hello Games, PlayStation, PC, No Man's Sky

Dean Abdou
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