Microsoft xCloud for Windows 10 and iPhone from tomorrow
Microsoft has announced that the xCloud game-streaming service will finally be released for iPhone, iPad and Windows 10 devices as a beta.
The game-streaming service starts as a beta on Apple's Windows 10 and iOS and iPadOS platforms from tomorrow, Tuesday, April 20, as stated by the company.
"As we mentioned late last year, this year we are bringing the Xbox to more players on more devices via the cloud. "From tomorrow, we will start sending out invitations to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members to start trying out Xbox Cloud Gaming in a limited beta on Apple Windows 10 PCs, phones and tablets via web browsers."
The xCloud beta is easily accessible via the Edge, Chrome, or Safari browsers at www.xbox.com/play.
Microsoft xCloud pricing and availability
The beta version of xCloud will be released in 22 countries, as Microsoft announced in a post on Xbox Wire. Greece is not included.
"We will send invitations on an ongoing basis to players in all 22 supported countries, evaluate your feedback, continue to improve the experience and add support for more devices. ".
The list of supported countries is available on the website xCloud Game Pass.
About one hundred games will be available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers at no extra cost, such as Tell Me Why and Destiny 2.
The service will be open to all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members "in the coming months".