Microsoft sent out invites to test their Project xCloud streaming service last month. In just over a month, it has made a huge announcement.
The xCloud streaming service, which is still in the preview phase is expected to launch in 2020, as confirmed by Microsoft at XO19 (Xbox-focused event).
In the event that took place in London, Microsoft also revealed its plan to launch more games on the platform.
At least, 50 new games from about 25 different game studios at launch. Some of them should be available for testing soon enough – but there’s time for that.
Of course, this could significantly affect Stadia which also happens to be a similar offering but with fewer games at launch.
Even though Stadia grabbed our attention with some latest titles, Microsoft’s Project xCloud could potentially include most of the lastest and popular game titles.
If you want to know the details of the game and its plan for the launch, you can check out their official Xbox blog post.
For now, the pricing for the service is not clear. However, it is believed that it could be bundled as a new Xbox Game Pass plan which includes access to the xCloud streaming service as well.
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