Microsoft today revealed that it will stream more than 150 games tomorrow through the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription service. The game streaming feature, formerly known as xCloud, will be launched on September 15 for Android tablets and phones.
XCloud adds to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate as a game streaming feature. Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Switzerland.
Microsoft is also working to improve xCloud with touch controls for games. Launching with touch controls, the first title will be Minecraft Dungeons, including support for controlling how large the controls are on the screen.
Microsoft has demonstrated this before Gears5 Touch controls, xCloud Testers have access touch controls Hell: The Sacrifice of Senua It’s been a month now. Expect more games to take these touch controls in the coming months.
Unfortunately, xCloud will not be available on iPhones or iPods initially because services like xCloud were previously blocked by Apple. Apple last week extended an Olive branch to Microsoft, allowing game streaming services like xCloud or Stadia to remain in big catch on iOS or iPadOS. Apple wants companies Just as Microsoft submits its games individually as separate applications using its streaming technology.
Microsoft is not happy with this requirement, But it is not clear whether the company will eventually package some games and stream them on iPhone or iPad devices. Microsoft has called Apple’s move “a bad experience for users”, as streaming movie or song apps do not have to pack personal content into specific apps.
Updated, September 14 9:15 AM ET: Updates the article with XCloud Touch and manages the details.
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