Microsoft officially announced the xCloud project in October 2018. A demo of the service was made in March 2019 showing the racing game Forza Horizon 4 on an Android smartphone with an Xbox One controller. Phil Spencer used a private server during this time to test games over a remote connection. It is scheduled for public testing later this year.
The service is designed to be used on a smartphone, either with touchscreen controls or with the Xbox One controller over Bluetooth. Microsoft said its library of Xbox content will make its service more attractive than competitors such as Stadia.
Testing of the service began in October 2019, and as of November 2019, the service now hosts 50 games, with compatibility in testing with Apple Inc.’s iOS smartphones, as well as for Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Dualshock controllers.
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