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Microsoft has launched its Project xCloud cloud gaming platform preview on iOS, albeit with some big limitations.
Samsung and Microsoft have expanded their partnership. At the Galaxy S20 launch, Samsung said it is working on cloud gaming with the Xbox team.
At $5 a month for its premium tier and with support for a wide variety of pre-purchased games GeForce Now is looking like an excellent xCloud alternative for PC gamers.
xCloud has received 15 new titles, including Wasteland 2, The Wolf Among Us, and Superhot. The strong start to the year will be complemented by expanded region support and a PC client in due course.
Microsoft says xCloud will launch for Windows 10 on ARM next year, and it may be able to tap into the Snapdragon 8cx's 5G capabilities.
Microsoft says Project xCloud could have exclusives from third parties, but current Xbox games are the focus of the platform.
At XO19 this week, Microsoft revealed 50 titles are now available on xCloud, while the company announced more region support is coming.
Microsoft is extending its Designed for Xbox program to mobile devices, introducing a controller clip and hinting at future controllers.
xCloud is now available to more users as further waves of preview invites hit people's inboxes. The company will continue to bring the service to more UK, US, and Korean users over time.
Google Stadia has been confirmed for a November 19 launch and will be available on Google’s Pixel smartphones at first.
Microsoft's xCloud game streaming service is now available to a limited number of testers, with its range gradually increasing. It's available in the UK, US, and Korea with an invite.
The Surface Duo will have a big impact on productivity, but it could also double as a great game-streaming device.
Microsoft is preparing a Project xCloud preview that will be available on Android and will arrive on devices in October.
Microsoft has teamed with SK Telecom in South Korea for exclusive access to Project xCloud on the company’s 5G network.
Microsoft has placed a Project xCloud app in its Store, likely in preparation for the first beta release of the cloud gaming platform.
A developmental controller for Project xCloud will be split into separate parts that connect to a smartphone or tablet.
Microsoft has confirmed Project xCloud is now in testing amongst employees and game developers across 13 Azure regions.
Xbox chief Phil Spencer released a memo discussing Google’s Stadia cloud gaming service and promised a response from Microsoft at E3 in June.
Microsoft is continuing to prepare for the launch of Project xCloud with Microsoft Game Stack, which gives developers relevant game-focused cloud services.
Microsoft wants to make it clear it has been working on the future of gaming with Xbox Project xCloud for some time and has published its first public demo.