Hello Game's exploration-survival game No Man's Sky will be hitting Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass starting June, which will be available to get on both Xbox One as well as any Microsoft PC. 

Hello Games' No Man's Sky

According to 9to5ToysNo Man's Sky was initially released in 2016. Two years later, it was brought to Xbox One, thus, making it available on all three major gaming platforms along with Sony's PlayStation 4 and PC--with the Xbox release came the Next update that provided No Man's Sky players with the multiplayer experience.

Since then, the title had become a slightly new experience than when it was initially released, with the latest updates and releases, with many fans liking it even more.

The game's last major update happened in April and allowed players to use Exo-Mechs, which are "fully controllable mechanical walkers." 

It also appears like Hello Games is planning on continuing their work on the title and will be providing more contents and updates later on.

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Available on Xbox Game Pass Soon

For those who aren't exactly sure whether the game is for them, putting the game on Xbox Game Pass is an excellent opportunity for subscribers to check it out.

Xbox Game Pass is a game subscription service that is available on both Xbox One and Microsoft Windows PCs with several well-known titles like Red Dead Redemption IISea of Thieves, and Ori and the Will of the Wisps.

Those with a subscription with the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate could even try No Man's Sky without additional cost.

According to Polygon, those who own an active subscription with the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will be able to get games available for both the console and PC and is available for $14.99 a month.

However, new subscribers can access these games for only $1 for the first month.

Meanwhile, those who have the Xbox One could choose a cheaper Xbox-only plan that is available for only $9.99 a month.

They also offer a PC-only plan that is usually available at $9.99 a month, but new subscribers can get for only $4.99 for a limited time only, complete with a variety of titles that are playable on your desktop or laptop.

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Coming Soon on Microsoft Store

Besides Xbox Game Pass, game creator Sean Murray also confirmed that the exploration-survival sim title would also be made available on Windows 10 via the Microsoft Store.

"For those who have already jumped into No Man's Sky on Xbox One, I want to say thank you for being on this journey with us these past few years. Our small team have many more exciting things to come, and we can't wait to show you what we've been working on," Murray said, according to GamesRadar.

Nevertheless, the exact date for Microsoft Store is not yet released.

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