Microsoft is a leading global technology company with its headquarters in Redmond, Washington. The company develops, manufacture, authorizes, helps, and sells consumer electronics, personal computers, computer software, and other related services.
And now, the company is set to have more than 150 xCloud games via its Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription service later tomorrow. Keep reading below to know more.
Microsoft says it will have over 150 games stream via its Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription service tomorrow. Formerly known as and called “xCloud”. The game streaming feature will be released on the 15th of September, 2020, which is tomorrow.
xCloud is a game streaming feature that is being bundled into Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Microsoft is releasing a new update to the Xbox Game Pass app on Android tomorrow in 22 countries.
These countries include Belgium, Australia, Denmark, Canada, Finland, Czech Republic, Germany, France, Ireland, Hungary, Netherlands, Italy, Poland, Norway, Slovakia, Portugal, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, the United States, as well as the United Kingdom.
Microsoft to include EA Play to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
What’s not present from the 150 games listings are EA’s Play titles. Last week, Microsoft announced that it is going to include EA Play to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, however, the games won’t be accessible on xCloud until later break.
Microsoft is as well making plans to upgrade xCloud with touch controls for games. The top title to be released with touch controls will be Minecraft Dungeons together with aid for adjusting how large controls are on-screen.
Initially, the company illustrated Gears 5 touch controls, and xCloud testers have gained access to touch controls for Hellblade. Senua’s Sacrifice for about a month now. Look forward to a whole lot of games to take up these touch controls in the upcoming months.
xCloud won’t be accessible on iPhones or even iPads
Sadly enough, xCloud won’t be accessible on iPhones or even iPad, to begin with. The reason is because of the former blocking services of Apple, just like xCloud. Last week, Apple expanded an olive branch to Microsoft, by allowing game streaming services.
Just like Stadia or xCloud to be accessible on iPadOS or iOS with a huge catch. Apple needs companies just like Microsoft to submit their games personally as independent apps making use of its streaming tech.
Although Microsoft wasn’t very cool with demand, it is so hard to predict if the company may later pack up some games and stream those games on iPad and iPhone devices. The company tagged Apple’s step ‘a bad experience for customers”.
Having at the back of its mind that streaming movies or even song apps don’t have to pack up personal content into different apps.