On August 24th, Microsoft announced the organization’s cloud gaming service will be coming to Xbox consoles later this year. xCloud will reportedly be available on the Xbox Series X, the Xbox Series S, and the Xbox One this holiday season.
“Tap into the heart of Xbox with a community of millions of players ready and waiting to play together. Connect and play with others from a shared library of games, whether they’re on the other side of the world or sitting right next to you,” it reads on the xCloud website. “Start a game on your console and keep playing it across supported mobile devices, tablets, and PCs. Get right to the game when your friends are ready to play, even while you’re installing or downloading to your console.”
Microsoft’s cloud gaming service is available to members of the Xbox Insider program. At this time, a worldwide launch date for xCloud has not been revealed.
(All information was provided by CNBC, Dot Esports, The Verge, Xbox, and Your Basin)
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