KEY POINTS

  • "No Man's Sky" coming to Xbox Game Pass in June
  • "No Man's Sky" likely the teased cool game for June
  • More players expected to log on to "No Man's Sky" by next month

"No Man's Sky" continues to work its way up with credible add-ons and updates. However, it remains that some people have not yet tried the space exploration game. That opportunity will come soon after it was revealed that "No Man's Sky" will be part of the Xbox Game Pass family next month.

"No Man's Sky" should be a neat addition to Xbox console gamers. It will be a great addition to the Xbox Game Pass catalog although an actual date of its listing has yet to be revealed. As most know, "No Man's Sky" failed to live up to its hype as one of the widest space exploration game to try out. Graphics were not that impressive when it debuted and gameplay left a lot to be desired. Visited areas were redundant and there was the issue of transportation.

But a lot has changed since then. Hello Games work on improving the game, releasing one patch after the other. New ships, weapons and missions were added, enhancements that undoubtedly made the game more appealing. As mentioned in a previous post, the latest on "No Man's Sky" was that more changes are forthcoming. With Living Ships and Exo-Mech suits already integrated into the game, it will be interesting what new content Hello Games developers have up their sleeve.

Aside from its impending arrival at the Xbox Games Pass,  "No Man's Sky" will also make its way to the Microsoft Store. A Windows 10 version of the game will be coming out, another way to increase the number of players already hooked onto the space exploration game.

As far as the Xbox Games Pass offering for June, it appears "No Man's Sky" could be one of the games that was teased by the group via social media recently. In another previous post, Xbox Games Pass said that there was a pretty cool game coming soon. Most made their speculations on what game it could be. Some suggested "Yakuza Wirami 2," a game that would need to be ported.

With the addition of "No Man's Sky" to Xbox Game Pass, gamers have a new title to try out while confined at home.  A lot of people have nothing better to do, turning to video games to keep themselves occupied. Better yet, this also means that more gamers will be logging on to explore the infinite universe from by Hello Games.

No Man's Sky E3 Pictured: Hello Games, Sean Murray demonstrates 'No Man's Sky' during the Sony E3 press conference at the L.A. Memorial Sports Arena on June 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Getty Images/Christian Petersen