Microsoft announced that its Xbox Cloud Gaming service, previously known as Project xCloud, is expanding to iOS and Windows 10 PC browsers.
The Microsoft Xbox Cloud Gaming will let users stream full-features Xbox games through the cloud on to devices that are not near your physical console or not within your home WiFi network.
Microsoft will start testing a version of the service on iOS and Windows 10 PCs. The invite has been sent out to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members. The beta testing will be available on iPhones and iPad, and Windows PCs via web browsers.
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Testers will be able to play over 100 Xbox Game Pass titles using browsers such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Safari by visiting the URL xbox.com/play.
For the Xbox Cloud Gaming to work on your iOS, iPadOS, or Windows PC, you should have a compatible Bluetooth or USB-connected controller — both Xbox or PlayStation 4 controller should work. About 50 games or more will have custom touch controls for those on mobile. You can visit Microsoft’s website for a full list of compatible controllers.