Xbox : Microsoft’s Project xCloud project officially ended
According to foreign media Slashgear, Microsoft’s Project xCloud project officially ended today, and the new Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud) cloud gaming service beta was launched .
According to foreign media Slashgear, Microsoft’s Project xCloud project officially ended today, and the new Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud) cloud gaming service beta was launched . Microsoft product director Catherine Gluckstein said that the new Edge browser and Chrome browser on Win10 can already experience this feature. After a period of testing, the Xbox Cloud cloud gaming service will be officially launched.
From April 20th this week, some users can experience Microsoft's cloud gaming function on Win10 system and Safari browser on iOS devices. It should be noted that the internal beta version is not open for all subscribers, but an invitation system. Users with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriptions have the opportunity to get this place.
Officials said that the first batch of invited users will be announced on Tuesday morning local time in the United States, and the service will be launched in 22 supported countries and regions. IT Home understands that game data of internal users will not be saved, and Microsoft hopes that Xbox Cloud Gaming beta participants can actively provide feedback and suggestions.
Officials said that Xbox Cloud Gaming will be officially launched on September 15 , 2021 , bringing more than 100 cloud games. Android devices can also play games, but users need to purchase an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription.