Project xCloud, Microsoft's cloud gaming service, landed on Android devices in September 2020. This year Microsoft will launch the version for computers, which will even let Apple users enjoy the service, and we already have the first images of the interface.
Though Microsoft has done a lot, it doesn’t mean that its job is over.The company is likely to bring many games that are currently in development.Keeping aside games for a while, there is another business Microsoft is expected to keep an eye on, including things to fix and improve in 2021.If you’re interested to know more about what new should be done by Microsoft, read along to learn more!LocalizationWith Microsoft trying to grow Xbox Game Pass through cloud streaming to new regions, there has been one glaring and evident issue that could prevent the same.Hopefully, you’ll soon be able to find more Xbox One games.Mobile App and SharingLast year, Microsoft rolled out an Xbox app update for Android and iOS users.The updated app boosted the speed; however, a few features were compromised.Unfortunately, you can not browse the store anymore, keep an eye on achievements, and carry out other activities that the older version allowed you to perform.Upgrading Project xCloudAnother thing Microsoft needs to do is upgrade Project xCloud.xCloud is one of the company’s weapons for the growth of Xbox beyond the console base.
Microsoft is really pushing its Xbox game streaming, both with “local” Remote Play as well as cloud gaming via Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, previously known as Project xCloud. But while the likes of Google’s Stadia initially aimed from TVs via the Chromecast, Xbox cloud gaming prioritized a more mobile experience. Gaming on smartphones, however, doesn’t always have the same feel, … Continue reading
At this point, Microsoft’s struggles to get Xbox Game Pass – and, by extension, Project xCloud game streaming – on iOS have been well documented. Throughout Project xCloud’s extensive alpha period and in the beta that rolled out in September, Android has been the only supported platform for game streaming. Given Apple’s rules concerning App Store distribution, there seems to … Continue reading
Earlier this year, Microsoft added Project xCloud gaming streaming to Xbox Game Pass. That roll out came after a long alpha testing period, but even though game streaming is part of the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate package, it’s only available on Android devices. Given Apple’s rules regarding App Store distribution, it’s safe to say that game streaming won’t be coming … Continue reading
Back in September, Microsoft launched Project xCloud game streaming as part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Project xCloud allows players to stream certain Xbox One games to their Android device, giving them a way to play console-quality games on mobile phone with no big downloads needed. It’s a nice perk for Game Pass Ultimate subscribers, to be sure, and apparently … Continue reading
In the future, cloud gaming services are going to take the place of discs, and with the help of cloud gaming services, you will be able to play your favorite games on your smartphone, TV or computer, tablet, etc.The market is continuously growing, and Amazon recently proclaimed to launch its cloud gaming service, Amazon Luna.To play cloud games, you need a high-speed as well as an unlimited internet connection because gaming in the cloud requires a lot of data.However, here are some best cloud gaming services for you.Project xCloudProject xCloud is an excellent cloud game service launched on September 15, 2020, by Microsoft.The platform provides you with more than 100 Xbox games to stream on your Android smartphones or tablets.To use Project xCloud, you will need an active subscription of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, an Android device, a Bluetooth controller along with the support of Xbox games, a fast internet connection with the speed of at least 10 Mbps, and the Xbox Game Pass Android app.It even adds new games every month that makes it a great place for the latest games.To start planning the game on PlayStation Now, you will need a PlayStation-compatible controller and the PlayStation Now app on Windows, and you are all set.
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Apple has changed the rules. One month after suggesting its iOS App Store guidelines would bar cloud gaming services like Google Stadia and Microsoft xCloud from appearing on an iPhone or iPad, the company has now overhauled those rules, telling journalists last Friday that Google and Microsoft’s streaming games are actually welcome after all. But if you know how cloud game services operate, and then look at Apple’s actual written rules, you’ll see that’s only technically true. If I understand correctly, the reality is one of two things: Either 1) Apple is asking Microsoft, Google and others to turn their streaming game services into an entirely new category of standalone app which guarantees Apple a profit — a kind of app that’s rarely... Continue reading…
Microsoft's Game Pass Ultimate cloud-enabled gaming service launched (formerly called Project xCloud). Here's how to check it out.
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Apple issued new App Store rules earlier today, permitting game streaming services like xCloud or Stadia to exist on iOS or iPadOS with a big catch. Apple wants companies like Microsoft to individually submit their games as separate apps using its streaming tech. Microsoft and Google are free to create a “catalog”-style app that collects and links out to all of these individual apps as well. Microsoft isn’t impressed. “This remains a bad experience for customers,” says a Microsoft spokesperson in a statement to The Verge. “Gamers want to jump directly into a game from their curated catalog within one app just like they do with movies or songs, and not be forced to download over 100 apps to play individual games from the cloud. We’re... Continue reading…
Microsoft's cloud gaming capability is officially coming in September as Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. It's time to start gearing up.
Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Nvidia’s GeForce Now is one of the cloud gaming services that’s cropped up in the last year. While it is cool, we do understand if you don’t want to keep your subscription. Here’s how to lose it. GeForce Now differs from its competitors, like Google Stadia, in that it’s not a gaming storefront. Instead, it connects with the libraries of games you already own and allows you to stream those games to other, non-PC devices.… This story continues at The Next Web
Xbox Game Pass is soon going to be available on your mobile phones.It has all been made possible because of the powerful cloud.Project xCloud officially began progressing two years back (after announcing it in the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2018), and the company began beta testing with the users in October last year.The company assures that it has the capability to introduce Xbox hits on any mobile or tablet, which will be on par with nearly all other Sony Consoles.Source url:-
Xbox Game Pass is soon going to be available on your mobile phones.Project xCloud officially began progressing two years back (after announcing it in the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2018), and the company began beta testing with the users in October last year.The company assures that it has the capability to introduce Xbox hits on any mobile or tablet, which will be on par with nearly all other Sony Consoles.The company developed xCloud while the market saw more and more sales of the Xbox Game Pass that let users subscribe to all console-level games every month.On the contrary, Stadia Pro was preferred by the users because it provided plenty of game options for a much lower price point.Google also allows gamers access to games other than those within the bundle, which is not a feature Microsoft can provide just yet.Xbox announced that they will now be a part of cloud streaming games available for Game Pass Ultimate subscribers, beginning from mid-September this year.People willing to play from the huge list of options need to own a Bluetooth controller, a mobile phone with an Android system, and an entirely optional controller clip.
With the release of Project xCloud, players will now be able to play Xbox games on their mobile phone or tablet directly from the cloud.A recent explanation by Apple suggests that Microsoft’s app streaming games will not be accessible on iPhones or iPads at least in the near future.According to the iPhone developers, “Gaming services can launch on the App Store as long as they follow the guidelines that are intended to protect customers and provide a safe platform for downloading apps.”This is where the reason for an anticipated ban lies.Any app which goes on Apple’s App Store has to be submitted individually for review and appearing in charts and search.Whereas, Apple has confirmed that Xbox Game Pass Ultimate offers access to over 80 games which may not have been through the usual App Store approval policy.Hence, the ban.So, is there a possibility of xCloud landing on iOS anytime soon?However, this requirement by Apple does not seem to be encouraging for Google and Microsoft’s iOS launch plans.For Android users, the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is set to arrive in the UK, US, and 20 other countries on September 15 at the price of $14.99 per month.
Mommy and Daddy are fighting again — by which I mean, the big tech companies are fighting over their ventures into mobile gaming. This time, it’s Microsoft, Google, and Facebook are taking Apple to task over its restrictive app policies, which might keep several gamers from playing games on their iPhones and iPads. As you might be aware, several tech companies are trying to get their cloud gaming services off the ground. The conceit is that you’ll be able to play your games anywhere, on any of your devices rather than being bound to one console. Even if you’re not… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple,Facebook,Google,Microsoft
But you'll need to have an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription
Microsoft's cloud gaming capability is coming in September in Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. It's time to start reading up on it.
The service will come to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers via the Xbox Game Pass (Beta) Android app.