Xbox Game Pass subscribers will soon be able to get their hands on No Man's Sky.
On the Xbox Wire, Sean Murphy of Hello Games announced that No Man's Sky will soon come to Xbox Game Pass. The game will come to the service sometime next month, though no exact date has been given. The game will be available for both the console and PC versions of Xbox Game Pass. Those who wish to purchase the game on console instead can get it for 50% off at the moment.
"It seems like a natural and timely step tom announce today that next month, No Man's Sky will come to Xbox Game Pass, opening up our universe of possibilities to over 10 million Xbox Game Pass members who are just about to start their journey with us." states Murphy.
"In addition, we can also announce that next month we're bringing a Windows 10 PC version of No Man's Sky to the Microsoft Store. Our PC fanbase has always been among our most active and devoted and we are overjoyed to be able to count Windows 10 PC gamers among them for the first time very soon. This version of No Man's Sky will also be available with Xbox Game Pass for PC (Beta)."
No Man's Sky is just the latest of titles to be come to the Xbox Game Pass. Minecraft Dungeons was recently released on the console version service, right after both Cities: Skylines, and Alan Wake. Those three games are coming to the PC version of Xbox Game Pass, though there has been no official release date just yet, with Microsoft stating that they will be coming soon. The PC version of the service will also receive Plebby Quest: The Crusades.
Xbox Game Pass comes in three different plans. Gamers can opt for a console only version of the subscription service for $9.99 a month. There is also the PC only package, which is running for $4.99 a month at the moment. There is also an Ultimate subscription, which gives players access to Xbox Game Pass on both console and PC for $14.99 a month. The Ultimate version of the service also comes with Xbox Live Gold.