In June, No Man's Sky will join the Xbox Game Pass service, as announced by Sean Murray, head of Hello Games, through the official Xbox website. The game will be available for the service's subscribers and can be played on both Xbox One and PC.
No Man's Sky is a sandbox action game based on space exploration with procedurally generated worlds that give the player endless possibilities. Since its launch in 2016, the creators have been constantly developing their title and announcing subsequent major updates; a month ago they released a patch that introduced mechs to the game.
Let's recall that the Game Pass subscription is available in three versions: on PCs, Xbox One family consoles and the Ultimate version combining the first two solutions. After paying for a monthly subscription, the suggested price of which is $4.99 (PC) or $9.99 (consoles), we get the possibility to download dozens of games included in the constantly updated library of new and slightly older titles, as well as a discount on shopping in the Microsoft Store. If you haven't used the Xbox Game Pass yet, you can buy the Ultimate subscription for as little as $1 for the first month here. Game Pass subscribers also get all exclusive productions from Microsoft's in-house devteams such as Ninja Theory and 343 Industries on the day of release.
- Xbox Game Pass - official website
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- No Man's Sky - official website