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Hello gaming founder Sean Murray tweeted two apple emojis yesterday, just days before Apple's developer conference. While there isn't much or no information in such tweets, it may be a hint that the company, the creator of the popular game No Man's Sky, is creating a version of it for Apple's virtual reality helmet, which is expected to be announced on Monday evening.
The bizarre tweet comes a year after the company announced a version of No Man's Sky for Mac and iPad at the previous developer conference in 2022. The promised date was the end of the year, a deadline gone by — so the tweet may simply be hinting at the game's expected release on Apple's platform.
On the other hand, the possibility that the company is working on a virtual reality version for Apple is not unlikely, especially since the game has already been converted to virtual reality for PC and PlayStation. Although Apple ostensibly isn't designating its (allegedly) new helmet for gaming, Bloomberg's Mark German claims that games will be one of the uses Apple will market the new helmet with.
Apple allegedly isn't designating its (allegedly too) new helmet for gaming (Photo: Unsplash)
The opening speech of Apple's developer conference is one of the most significant events on the company's calendar, and many announcements are expected there - from the expected virtual or augmented reality helmet, which will probably be something between glasses and helmet and will operate on two Sony-made 4K screens, alongside new versions of all Apple operating systems - from watches to computers, and perhaps also an announcement of additional significant processor hardware. We have compiled all the rumors here, and of course, we will follow and report in real time when the conference opens here on "Walla!" this Monday evening - join us.