Microsoft brings their xCloud service (still in beta, though) to 9 more countries. It was previously available only in the US, South Korea and the UK.
Turns out that the previously published rumors were, indeed, true. Microsoft have launched the beta version of xCloud for Windows 10, and some of the luckier press reviewers managed to get access to it. Here is the information The Verge has shared about this.
Such a conclusion was made by Redditors, who saw a screenshot from Phil Spencer’s (the head of Xbox) profile. The device he was logged in from was listed as Xbox Game Streaming (Test App). Which is something that hasn’t been seen before.
Insider Brad Sams has posted a couple of exciting updates about the upcoming cloud gaming service from Microsoft. First, he noted that the name xCloud is not final and will likely be changed some time soon.
Microsoft continues developing and testing their Project xCloud service. The next step on the roadmap is a beta test for iOS users.
At Samsung Unpacked event the South Korean giant showcased their latest flagship smartphones Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip and made an announcement that they would be working with Microsoft. This partnership will be based on Microsoft’s xCloud service. David Park, one of the key people at Samsung announced that they are partnering with the […]
Microsoft has added 15 new games to their Project xCloud beta. The service is currently in beta, available in the US, UK and South Korea. It requires an Android smartphone and an Xbox One Wireless Controller to run games.
Microsoft started testing their Xbox Console Streaming feature back in 2019. However, there were certain geographical limitations and it only worked for the UK and the US. However, things are improving and now the service is supported in every country where Xbox is available.
Microsoft has publicly announced their plans to launch their cloud gaming service xCloud. Just as many sources predicted, xCloud will launch in 2020. No exact date has been given yet.
First reviews for Microsoft’s xCloud have just appeared online. Several reporters have shared their impressions. The Verge was one of the first to try out the service.