No Man’s Sky will be available on a date to be determined next June for the more than 10 million Xbox Game Pass subscribers. Sean Murray, the creator of the action video game and space survival, has confirmed the news on Xbox Wire where he takes stock of the last year of the proposal.
The production of Hello Games originally hit the shelves exclusively on a temporary basis for PS4 and PC surrounded by widespread controversy over an alleged advertising fraud investigated even by British authorities, but since then the work of the Guildford studio has not stopped until bringing No Man’s Sky as close as possible to the player’s wishes, one of its main points having the landing of the video game on Xbox One in 2018 along with one of its biggest updates, Next.
It wasn’t the last major content review of the exploration adventure. In fact, a few weeks ago Exo Mech was released, incorporating a new planetary vehicle, while at the same time it continues to promise small and large downloads.
No Man’s Sky will be available on both the PC and Xbox One versions. At the moment the exact date of the landing of the title on the platform is unknown. The service, remember, today receives Minecraft Dungeons among its discharges.