Xbox Cloud Gaming with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is now on Android
It is officially identified as Cloud Gaming with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate which has been changed from the formerly used name Project xCloud. As declared the previous month, Microsoft’s take on cloud gaming experience now made available. The latest name stands for the Xbox cloud gaming experience which is free for all individuals who are Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers.
The Xbox Cloud Gaming service is presently restricted to Android devices because of the issues with Apple’s policies. It can be enjoyed on any Android smartphone or tablet with the aid of the authorized app. Microsoft states that there are more than 150 Xbox game titles to select from plus both first-party and third-party offerings. A few of the big names are Arkham Knight, DiRT 4, F1 2019, Fallout 76, Gears of War series, Halo series, Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, Forza Horizon 4, Battletoads, Tell Me Why, Destiny 2, Batman: The Witcher 3, The Walking Dead, and Yakuza series.
It is important to know that if you are before now an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriber, you will automatically have the right of entry to the game streaming functionality. Those who have not subscribed to the service before now must do so first. As soon as this step is completed, you will be capable to take out any Android smartphone or tablet and begin to stream your desired Xbox games. The subscription fee is $1 for the opening month and $14.99 per month afterward.
The only thing to make sure is that you are from one of the legitimately supported countries. Microsoft’s Cloud Gaming with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is available only in 22 countries: Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
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