Wednesday, August 12th 2020

Microsoft Project xCloud Beta now Live for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Subscribers

Microsoft Project xCloud is set to officially launch next month on the 15th of September however Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers can access an early beta version starting today. The beta will only be available on Android devices via the Google Play Store or Samsung App Store due to Apple banning the program as we've previously reported.

Microsoft Project xCloud beta includes over 100 launch titles that can be played with an Xbox Wireless Controller or supported Bluetooth gamepad. A select number of games including Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice and Gears 5 can be played via touch control and Microsoft expects more games to receive touch support over time. Microsoft Project xCloud beta is now live in 22 countries and will run for one month until xCloud is officially launched.
Source: Xbox
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3 Comments on Microsoft Project xCloud Beta now Live for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Subscribers

#1
rvalencia
Microsoft should ban Apple service apps on Windows.
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#2
Vayra86
No, MS, no. Just give studios money to make games, please. Stop this sub bs. Make software, do your job. You can keep your dogs an a leash, but customers? Meh.
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#3
Caring1
Pay for the privilege of being a Beta tester, no thanks.
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