MICROSOFT has finally opened up previews for its bonkers streaming app that lets you play Xbox games on your phone. Project xCloud officially arrives next month and promises to let you play games anywhere, anytime by plugging your smartphone into a controller. In a tweet on Monday, Xbox chief Phil Spencer said early public testing of the service has begun. You can sign up for a public preview on the Xbox website. Invites to the first wave of lucky gamers to test it have been hitting inboxes this week.They’ll be able to play Gears 5, Halo 5: Guardians and Sea of Thieves, with more games being added to the preview over time. Microsoft announced the early tests last month. “A year ago, we announced the first details of Microsoft’s cloud-based game streaming technology, Project xCloud,” a spokesperson said. “Our intention is to bring console-quality games to players around the world on their mobile device.”After months of internal testing, we are ready to begin our public testing of Project xCloud which will begin in the US, UK and Korea in October.” The xCloud service runs on Xbox One X hardware modified to run in a data centre. It promises to let… Read full this story
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