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Microsoft Cloud Gaming Is As Good As Your Internet Connection

On a brand-new Samsung Galaxy Note20 with a solid 5G T-Mobile connection, Microsoft Cloud Gaming works like a charm. Shooters like Halo 5 stream without stutter. Fighters like Marvel vs. Capcom Ultimate are passable for casual play. If I switch to the spotty wireless shared by my entire household, games get choppy and…Read more… Continue […]

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Here Are The 172 Xbox Cloud Gaming Launch Games

Tomorrow is the official launch day for cloud streaming with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and Microsoft has revealed the full list of 172 titles users will be able to stream to their Android phones and tablets, from A Plague Tale: Innocence to Yakuza Kiwami 2.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Here Are The 172 Xbox Cloud Gaming Launch Games

Tomorrow is the official launch day for cloud streaming with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and Microsoft has revealed the full list of 172 titles users will be able to stream to their Android phones and tablets, from A Plague Tale: Innocence to Yakuza Kiwami 2.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Here Are The 172 Xbox Cloud Gaming Launch Games

Tomorrow is the official launch day for cloud streaming with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and Microsoft has revealed the full list of 172 titles users will be able to stream to their Android phones and tablets, from A Plague Tale: Innocence to Yakuza Kiwami 2.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Adds Cloud Gaming September 15

As announced in July, Microsoft’s Project xCloud game streaming service is becoming part of the $15-a-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription service on September 15, allowing users to stream more than 100 Xbox games to their Android phones and tablets. In a pair of posts on Xbox Wire, Microsoft details the games…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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How to Apply for EA’s Cloud Gaming Beta and Play Four Games for Free

Many of gaming’s biggest companies are betting that cloud gaming—playing games streamed from a server, rather than downloaded and run on individual PCs—is where the games industry is going. Electronic Arts—maker of Madden, FIFA, and super-popular battle royale Apex Legends—is getting in on the coming streaming tech…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Microsoft And Sony Announce Vague Cloud Gaming Partnership

Microsoft said today that it will partner with Sony, its chief rival in the gameing console space, on “new cloud-based solutions for gaming experiences.” It’s unclear what exactly the new collaboration will ultimately lead to, but the move is still a surprising one given that the companies’ Xbox and PlayStation…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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