xCloud

Microsoft’s xCloud gaming streaming service is now available in free beta

Announced at the end of 2018, xCloud or “Project xCloud” is Microsoft’s proposal to create a streaming game system similar to NVIDIA GeForce Now or the more recent Google Stadia. The company has just released the beta version of xCloud in 11 countries, including Spain. Along with Spain, users from countries such as France, Ireland,…

Microsoft confirms internally that it will bring xCloud to iPhone and iPad

After the first trial periods, Microsoft’s cloud game streaming platform xCloud has yet to reach Apple devices. The delay is due to the rules of the App Store, rules that have already changed to welcome this and other streaming video game services. In this context, it seems that Microsoft has every intention of “ending up…

Phil Spencer confirms that in the future we will be able to use xCloud on PC and consoles

As Microsoft continually assures, the future of video games goes through xCloud, or as we can see it now on our Android phones, Games in the cloud. Thanks to this fantastic tool and Xbox Game Pass we can play a large number of titles wherever we want, without having to have the console nearby. At…

The AMD processor of the Xbox Series X will also be used in the Project xCloud servers

According to Tom Warren, from the verge, Microsoft’s cloud gaming system, known as Project xCloud, will use AMD SoCs with Zen 2 architecture and RDNA 2 graphics from Xbox Series X to give life to the servers that will support all infrastructure. In fact, he assures that this movement will take place in 2021, at…

Microsoft xCloud will officially launch in September as part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

Microsoft has been testing its cloud game streaming service for a long time, and today the company announced that xCloud is leaving the beta phase and will be available to the general public as part of the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and apparently it will not do so under the name xCloud. According to an…

The launch of Microsoft xCloud has been delayed in iOS when testing stops

Although the future of xCloud is not at all compromised as far as its general development is concerned, as well as everything related to its application for Android, It seems that on the Apple side things are not going so well, as a combination of apparent disinterest on the part of Microsoft and an inability…

Xbox aims to release its studio games on xCloud on the same day they launch

Microsoft is finishing the last necessary touches to make the experience with Project xCloud as satisfactory as possible, and that is that, although we still do not know what will really be the final name of Microsoft’s game streaming service, now we are echoing by part from the company’s own that Xbox Games Studios games…

Apple does not allow xCloud and Stadia to reach iOS

Microsoft and Google video game streaming services (xCloud and Stadia) will not be available on Apple devices. Video game streaming is catching on. The improvement in the latencies of these services together with increasingly stable internet connections with the arrival of WiFi 6 are making large companies choose to implement services to play in the…

Project xCloud is now available to Game Pass Ultimate subscribers

Microsoft’s video game streaming service, Project xCloud, is ready to go on our Android-based mobiles. Although its global launch will take place on September 15, Microsoft will offer it in a preliminary way (and with a partial catalog) starting today to Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. Preliminary release and somewhat limited A few days ago we…

You have an Iphone? You won’t be able to access xCloud games on Xbox

Using xCloud Starting September 15, users will be able to access more than 100 Xbox games on their mobile phone or tablet with their Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. One more step to promote video games in the cloud. However, Microsoft’s new service will not be available on iPhone. Due to strict guidelines from the…

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