Microsoft xCloud to launch on Xbox Game Pass with over 150 games

Remigio Civitarese
Settembre 16, 2020

Those with an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription and an Android device (oh, and a decent internet connection), will be able to fire up Minecraft Dungeons later today and play the game on their devices without the need for a Bluetooth controller.

Microsoft's xCloud games streaming service is available from today in 22 countries worldwide. The service is not exclusive to Galaxy mobile devices but Samsung fans who have pre-ordered a device from the Galaxy Note 20 or the Galaxy Tab S7 series have a head start over other Android smartphone owners. Included are lots of AAA titles including a bundle from Xbox Game Studios.

New members to the service can now join Xbox Game Pass Ultimate today for just $1 for the first month.

All titles on Game Pass Ultimate via xCloud will be available at no extra cost.

Microsoft has revealed over 150 games which will be available as part of its cloud gaming streaming service through Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

One of the great things about Microsoft's gaming service is that you don't have to own an Xbox console or a gaming PC to take advantage of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Microsoft has also released a video announcing that it is working on bringing touch controls to xCloud games.

The service supports cloud saves, which means players will be able to continue their progress on a game played on console when they switch to their phone, as well as cross-platform play in supported titles.

Microsoft is also experimenting with full touch controls, which you can see in action in Minecraft Dungeons in the video down below, which is flawless if you don't fancy carrying around an entire Xbox controller every time you want to stream games on your phone. Check the links below for more details.

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