Xbox Streaming Service xCloud Adds 9 More Games, Including Destiny 2 And Halo: MCC
Xcloud expands with more games.
Microsoft's game-streaming service, which is currently called Project xCloud, has introduced even more games. New to the library today are titles like Destiny 2 and Halo: The Master Chief Collection, as well as the racing game Forza Motorsport 7 and the strategy title Civilization VI.
You can see the full list of new additions below:
Project xCloud New Additions For January 21
- Black Desert Online
- Civilization VI
- Destiny 2
- Forza Motorsport 7
- Halo: The Master Chief Collection
- The Surge
- Tracks: The Train Set Game
These nine games join the 50+ titles already available for the Project xCloud trial, which is currently only available in the US, UK, and Korea. Microsoft also confirmed today that the preview is expanding in Korea, with more players now receiving invites. However, there is no word yet as to when Project xCloud will roll out in other parts of the world.
The first public preview for Project xCloud launches in October 2019. The service allows players to stream Xbox games from the cloud to their mobile device over Wifi or a mobile network without the need to own an Xbox. The program currently only supports Android devices.
Project xCloud is separate from Microsoft's Xbox console streaming program which allows players to stream games from their home console to their mobile device.
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