Hello Games’ has confirmed that No Man’s Sky will be coming to Xbox Game Pass later this month. The developer has, however, not announced an exact availability date for their title on Microsoft’s subscription service catering more than 10 million players. It’s only a matter of a few days before you can explore the never-ending universe in No Man’s Sky on your Xbox One.
The PC version of the game is already available on Steam but Hello Games has announced that a Windows Store version of the game is also on its way (again, no official release date announced for that). The game will be available on Xbox Game Pass for PC as well as Xbox One but since it’s not going to be an Xbox Play Anywhere title, your progress will not sync across Xbox One and PC. The same applies to Metro Exodus, which is available via Game Pass on Xbox One and PC both but the progress is limited to individual platforms.
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The game will be getting expansion packs and updates in the days to come with an ever-growing universe for players to explore. The game was released initially on PS4 and Windows in 2016 and has only kept on getting better with regular updates from the developer.
Featuring over 100 popular titles including NBA 2K20, Red Dead Redemption 2, and Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Xbox Game Pass is the ‘Netflix’ in video game world and additions like No Man’s Sky only make it better. You can gain access to all the games in the Xbox one catalog for as low as $10 per month. You can get your first month of Xbox Game Ultimate for just a dollar. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which includes Xbox Game Pass for Xbox One, PC, and also Xbox Live Gold, is available for $15 per month.