Minecraft Dungeons is out today on Xbox Game Pass but the Xbox team isn’t slowing down in talking about future titles.
This morning it was announced that No Man’s Sky will be one of the new titles arriving in the service in just a few weeks. Sean Murray of Hello Games wrote a message for Xbox Wire announcing the good news.
“Almost two years ago, our small team at Hello Games brought No Man’s Sky to Xbox One for the first time and introduced Xbox One players to our infinite, procedurally-generated universe. Given how avidly Xbox One owners love to play together, it was perhaps no coincidence that the Xbox One release coincided with the large Next update, which brought fully-fledged multiplayer to the game for the first time.
Since then, we have seen countless travelers join together to survive, explore, trade and base-build together, never more so than when we released the Beyond update (our eighth major free update) in 2019.
Beyond significantly improved the multiplayer experience with, among other additions, the introduction of the Anomaly, a multiplayer hub which can be summoned at any point in space and from which a huge array of cooperative missions can be embarked upon for in-game rewards.
Since then, we’ve continued to provide regular free updates to the game including the Living Ship update in February and the Exo-Mech update in April. And there’s plenty more to come.
It seems like a natural and timely step to 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.”
No Man’s Sky has developed into an incredible game with a thriving community and being added to Game Pass is only going to give that a bigger boost. We can’t wait to see new players jumping into the galaxy and we’ll certainly be along for the ride.