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.
Microsoft continues developing and testing their Project xCloud service. The next step on the roadmap is a beta test for iOS users.
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.
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.
During the Inside Xbox event Microsoft has unveiled some details in regards to its cloud gaming service called Project xCloud. The public preview is to launch this October, though it will not be accessible to everyone.
GeForce Now will be available for Android users as early as 2019. Just like PC and Mac versions, it will launch in Beta. Though it is important to know that it seems that only flagship devices from Samsung and LG will be supported.