XBox Cloud Gaming Service Debuts Soon

Starting in the third week of April 2021, Microsoft will roll out the beta version of Xbox Cloud Gaming Service, formerly known as xCloud, on PCs, iPads, and iPhones.
Initially, it will only be open to invited guests.
The service was originally to come out on iPads and iPhones, but Apple changed its App Store rules in September, affecting Google Stadie and Xbox Gaming. The new rules forced them to redesign their services in web browsers in order to get around the new App Store rules. Google, Microsoft, and other similar companies that provide similar services had to change their services so that each game can be downloaded individually. They could not offer a full library as Netflix does for movies.
For $14.99 a month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you can try up to 100 game titles through Xbox Cloud Gaming. This service allows you to stream a game without downloading it. You just need a high-speed Internet connection to use this service. Android phones are already capable of using this service.
Microsoft will start rolling out the service to 22 countries and will send invites to users to try it. If you want to play most of their games, you will need a USB controller or Bluetooth device. Some games will let you use touch controls.

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